García Jurado, Francisco (2012) La efímera existencia de la "Historia Latinae linguae" en España: Casto González Emeritense y el absolutismo ilustrado de Carlos IV. Working Paper. Sociedad Española de Estudios Clásicos, Madrid.
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The Historia Latinae Linguae is a part of Literary History, and it can be considered as the paradigm of the teaching of classical humanities during the 18th Century. Aspects such as Bibliography (handbooks on Latin, epigraphy, antiquities and editions), writing style (the study of literary language), and literary history (authors and their books, chronologically ordered) are included in this work. It is possible to find a late sample of this matter in Spain: the Compendiaria in Latium via (1792), written by Casto González Emeritense. This name is the pseudonym of Fray Vicente Navas, who was able to transfer to Spain a philological matter originally conceived in the North of Europe by authors such as G. Walchius, J. A. Fabricius and J. N. Funccius. The Compendiaria must be inscribed in the educational project led by the king Carlos III after the expulsion of Jesuits in 1767, and gone on by his son Carlos IV.
|Item Type:||Monograph (Working Paper)|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Historia Latinae linguae; Absoltismo; Ilustración; España; Latín|
|Subjects:||Humanities > Philology > Latin philology|
|Deposited On:||18 Jul 2012 09:39|
|Last Modified:||18 Jul 2012 09:39|
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