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De regimine principum

Thomas Hoccleve

De regimine principum

a poem

by Thomas Hoccleve

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Published by J.B. Nichols and sons in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Henry V, King of England, 1387-1422 -- Poetry,
  • Kings and rulers -- Duties -- Poetry,
  • Chess -- Poetry

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSecretum secretorum., Regement of princes.
    Statementby Thomas Occleve, written in the reign of Henry IV. Ed. for the first time, by Thomas Wright. Printed for the Roxburghe club.
    GenrePoetry.
    ContributionsWright, Thomas, 1810-1877, ed., Giles, of Rome, Archbishop of Bourges, ca. 1243-1316., Jacobus, de Cessolis, fl. 1288-1322., Roxburghe Club.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR1105 .R7 1860
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. l., [v]-xv, 199, [1] p.
    Number of Pages199
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6643244M
    LC Control Number22007619
    OCLC/WorldCa5080556


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1r), but the translation, along with its glosses, is now attributed to Juan García de Castrojeriz. Ptolemy, considered De regimine principum book proto-Humanist by some, combined the principles of Northern Italian republicanism with Aristotelian theory in his De Regimine Principum, a book that influenced much of the political thought of the later Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the early modern was the first to attack kingship as despotism and to draw parallels between ancient Greek models of mixed Cited by: Ptolemy, considered a proto-Humanist by some, combined the principles of Northern Italian republicanism with Aristotelian theory in his De Regimine Principum, a book that influenced much of the political thought of the later Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the early modern period.

He was the first to attack kingship as despotism and to draw. This chapter discusses Giles of Rome's work in De Regimine Principum, written in De regimine principum book, in response to a request from Philip III of France.

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This is a mid-fourteenth-century French manuscript, which contains the text of Giles of Rome's De regimine principum, as well as a table of the chapters for Book II, part 2 through Book III, part 2 and the Office of Saint Catherine. There is one seven-line historiated pink initial on a blue background, with blue and red acanthus leaves.

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AQUINAS' DE REGIMINE PRINCIPUM because of discord, becomes instead a burden But most importantly, the De Regimine Principum illustrates that the creation of unity is not only dependent upon the type of constitution of a city, but also upon the skills and qualities of the ruler.

In this text, Aquinas makes it clear that while unity is. Hoccleve's second source, the De regimine principum of Egidius Romanus (c. ), also known as Egidius Colonna or Giles of Rome, is the work of an intellectual who contributed importantly to political and church theory.

His De regimine was written for the son of Philip III of France, whose tutor he was. The work's divisions into topical. The paper investigates some of the Aristotelian emotions that are illustrated in Giles of Rome’s De regimine principum and in its oldest French and Italian translations.

By focusing on some philological problems of both the Latin and the vernacular. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. This book deals with the different translations into Old French of Giles of Rome’s De regimine principum, dedicated to Philippe le Bel aroundand their -hand manuscript research has permitted us to understand not only the general context of their production but also the social conditions of their transmission and by: 3.

Giles of Rome's De regimine principum: reading and writing politics at court and university, c. c by Briggs, Charles FPages:   From the time of its composition (c) for Philip the Fair of France until the early sixteenth century, Giles of Rome's mirror of princes, the De regimine principum, was read by both lay and clerical readers in the original Latin and in several vernacular translations, and served as model or source for several works of princely advice.

Ptolemy, considered a proto-Humanist by some, combined the principles of Northern Italian republicanism with Aristotelian theory in his De Regimine Principum, a book that influenced much of the political thought of the later Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the early modern was the first to attack kingship as despotism and to draw parallels between ancient Greek models of mixed.

Giles was styled Doctor Fundatissimus ("Best-Grounded Teacher") by Pope Benedict XIV. He was Prior General of the Augustinian order, and also authored two other important works, De Ecclesiastica Potestate, a major text of early 14th century papalism, and De Regimine Principum, a guide book /5(3).

|a Machiavelli's Prince and its forerunners; |b The prince as a typical book de regimine principum, |c by Allan H. Gilbert. |a New York: |b Barnes & Noble, |c [, c]. Ptolemy, considered a proto-Humanist by some, combined the principles of Northern Italian republicanism with Aristotelian theory in his De Regimine Principum, a book that influenced much of the political thought of the later Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the early modern period.

Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. []) and indexes. Summary Ptolemy, considered a proto-Humanist by some, combined the principles of Northern Italian republicanism with Aristotelian theory in his De Regimine Principum, a book that influenced much of the political thought of the later Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the early modern period.

Studying distinction 22 and 44 of the II book, he found that in these texts Giles’ account of the origin of political authority among human beings after the Fall diverges from what one can read in De regimine principum and reveals a profound influence by Augustine, while Aristotle does not play the important role he had in Giles’ mirror for.

Manuscript on paper of 1) Thomas Hoccleve, Complaint. 2) Hoccleve, Dialogue with a Friend. 3) Hoccleve, Tale of Jereslaus' Wife. 4) Prose moralization of.

Giles of Rome’s De regimine principum was remarkably popular for a text of its genre – concerning the education of aristocratic boys – and survives in over fifty manuscripts with an English provenance. Some of the leading grandees of late medieval England, including Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (d.

), John Talbot, first Earl of. This is the first edition of the Middle English version of an influential treatise on governance entitled De Regimine first volume contains a critical text of the Middle English prose and second will provide an introduction, textual notes and a by: Giles (of Rome is the author of De regimine principum ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published )/5(4).

Giles, of Rome / De regimine principum 1. 1rr [Title in upper margin, partially effaced:] A[egidius] De Regi[mine] [Preface:] Ex illustrissima ac sanctissima prosapia oriundo suo domino speciali.

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Ptolemy, considered a proto-Humanist by some, combined the principles of Northern Italian republicanism with Aristotelian theory in his De Regimine Principum, a book that influenced much of the political thought of the later Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the early modern was the first to attack kingship as despotism and to draw parallels between ancient Greek models of mixed Price Range: £ - £   Content: De regimine principum (or ‘De Rege et Regno ad illustrem Cypri principem’): chapter list for Book I ff; preface ff.2v-3v; Book I ff.3vv; chapter list for Book II ffv; Book II ffv; chapter list for Book III ffv; Book III ffv; chapter list for Book IV ffv; Book IV ffv.

The text of the. Giles of Rome first composed De regimine principum for Philip the Fair of France aroundand it was soon translated into several vernacular languages. Henri de Gauchy’s was the most prolifically copied of the French translations, and remains extant in thirty-one copies, six of which are of English origin.

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