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,78 Braccesi, Alessandro, xiii Bronzini, Cristoforo, xxxiii Buonamic~, Pietro, xxii Buonamici, Smeralda, xxii Burckhardt, Jakob, m i v Cacus, 67,Sz Caro, Annibal, 69 Castiglione, Baldassare, xvii, xxii, xxviii, n ix , m ~ i , A, 73,75,77 Cecilia Venetiana, 17,74 Cellini, Benvenuto, 69 Charles V, emperor, 74 Chimera, 4 1 , 4 3 , ~ 9 , 65,68,78 Cibo, Caterina, duchess of Camerino, 5,69 Cicero, Marcus TuUius, 5 , ~ - 1 4 , 37,70,72- 73,76-77 Cino da Pistoia, xxiii, m i x Clement VII, pope, xv, m i i i , 4 , 69 Constantinople, fall of (1453), m i

Turonensia, I 247–75. Bultot, R. ‘Érasme, Épicure et le “De contemptu mundi”.’ Scrinium Erasmianum, II 205–38. Burckhardt, Jacob. The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy. Trans. S.C.G. Middlemore. London 1960. Calvin, Jean. Calvini opera quae supersunt omnia. Ed. G. Baum et al. (Corpus Reformatorum). Brunswick–Berlin 1863–1900; repr. 1964. Cantimori, Delio. Eretici italiani del Cinquecento e altri scritti. Ed. A. Prosperi. Turin 1992. Cardano, Girolamo. Opera omnia. Lyon 1663; repr. with introduction by A. Buck 1966. 308 Works Repeatedly Cited Castellio

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f., 186 Biel, Gabriel 239, 248n14 Boccaccio, Giovanni 111 Bodin, Jean 301n116 Bohemian Brethren 7, 61, 243 Bologna 39, 115f., 149 Borrhaus, Martin 38 Bracali, Mario 149 Brandenburg, Albrecht von, cardinal 30 Brant, Sebastian 133 Brenz, Johannes 96 Bruni, Leonardo 114, 121 Bruno, Giordano 5f. Bucer, Martin 91 Budé, Guillaume 197 Bullinger, Heinrich 40, 105 Burckhardt, Jakob 116, 122, 148f., 272n6 Calvin, Jean 6, 24f., 38f., 96f., 100, 102, 105f., 147f., 172, 207, 241f. Capito, Wolfgang 5, 38 Cardano, Girolamo 8f., 43, 141f., 148–57, 161, 165f. Carvajal, Luis

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General Index In this index references to the text and to the notes are separated by a slash. References to the notes are identified by the number of the page on which the reference occurs and by note number. abbreviations 391, 393-4 / 394 niao. See also ligatures ability, grouping of students by xlvi, 380-1 aborigines 258, 393 / 393 nii4 accent, and quantity in pronunciation 420-37, 468-71 Accius, Lucius 434 / 434 ̂ 13 accumulation 93 / 93 ni6 Achilles 24, 338 /13 ni8, 24 n22, 338 ni37 Acilius, Manius Glabrio 14 n8 Acontius 24 Address, forms of 45-50 Adrian vi

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), 60; History of the Flo­ rentine People, 49; On Knighthood [De militia] (1422), 50, 199–200; Life of Aristotle, 40; Life of Dante, 41–42, 50; Lives of Dante and Petrarch, 42–43; Mem­ oirs, 49; New Life of Cicero (1415), 36; Tale of Seleucus and Antiochus [Novella di Seleuco e Antioco, 1436], 29, 42, 216n27; On Studies and Letters (ca. 1422–29), 33; Summary of Greek History (1439), 10, 57 Brutus (Cicero), 119 Building the Kingdom (Smith and O’Connor), 183 Burckhardt, Jacob, 180, 188 Buti, Francesco da, 229n12 Cagni, Giuseppe M., 3 Callistus III, Pope, 18, 98

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5 , 6 1 , 6 6 , 1 1 6 , 130 f. Max III. Joseph, Kurfürst v. Bayern (1745-1777) 290 Max Emanuel, Kurfürst v. Bayern, „Der blaue König" (1679-1726) 25 Maximilian I. Kaiser (1493-1519) 19 May, Johann Friedrich, Senior d. Dt. Gesell- schaft (1697-1762) 1 3 9 f , 2 1 7 , 2 4 2 Medici, (Familie-) 26, 131 - Katharina Königin v. Frankreich (1560-1563) 203 Meier, Georg Friedrich, Philosoph d. Aufkl. (1718-1777) 104, 107 f , 110, 121 Melanchthon, Philipp, Humanist (1497-1560) 6 , 2 6 4 Mencke, Burckhardt, Philosoph (1674-1732) 115 Mendelssohn, Moses

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Elisabeth geb. Buntebart Buntebart, Eleonora siehe Zeitz, Eleonora geb. Bun- tebart Buntebart, Joachim 89 Buntebart, Johann 37, 40, 42, 79, 89-94, 122, 152, 165, 171, 175, 192, 198, 300, 311, 312, 313, 359, 360, 439, 470, 480, 482 Bünting, Conrad 102 Burchard, Moritz 375 Burckhard, Amanda 63 Burckhard, David 59, 63 Burckhard, Rosina geb. Puhlmeyer 59 Burckhardt, Bartholomäus 78, 390 Burckhardt, Ursula Maria siehe Gericke, Ursula Ma- ria geb. Burckhardt Bürger, Margaretha siehe Spengler, Margaretha geb. Bürger Burghofen, Alberich von 135, 328 Burgsdorff

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and style. Refusing to espouse Cardinal Pietro Bembo's proposal that standard Italian should emulate the language of Boccaccio for prose and Petrarch for poetry, Firenzuola wrote his stories in the freer, more flowing mode of contemporary spoken Tuscan. The translation of Apuleius's Golden Ass, completed in 1525, is better termed a paraphrase than a translation. Firenzuola altered the original significantly by casting himself in the role of Lucius and transferring the story's setting to Italy. In so doing Firenzuola adhered to general Renais- sance

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, Alison, 63, 173 Brunelleschi, Filippo, 37, 43, 62 Bruni, Leonardo, 52, 60, 69 Brutus, 69 Bulgaria, 138 Buonarroti, Michelangelo, 19, 181 Buondelmonti, Cristoforo, 27–28, 60–61, 66, 76, 127 Burckhardt, Jacob, 54 Byzantines: Florentine attitudes toward, 20–22, 32, 53, 76, 146–148, 165; and the Ottomans, 28, 128–130, 137 Caesar, Julius, 34, 57, 69, 128, 145 Caesarea, 73 Cain, 76 Cairo, 1, 5 Caliphate, 28, 128–129 Callisto, 58 Calvary, 73, 75 Campbell, Stephen, 159, 180 Cana, 72, 137 Scala, Can Grande della, 69 Cannibalism, 59–60, 146 Capitalism: and early printed

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304 Personenregister Brandis, Joachim, Bürgermeister von Hildes- heim (1553-1615) 109 Braunschweig, Herzog von 176 Braunschweig-Lüneburg, Franz Heinrich, Herzog v. 82 Brederode, Pieter Cornelisz, Gesandter der Generalstaaten 184, 185, 194 Bresse-Bretagne, (Haus-) 79 Bruni, Leonardo (ca. 1369-1444) 13-15, 21-24, 288 Brutus, Decimus Junius (ca. 81—43 v.Chr.) 269 Burckhardt, Jacob, Schweizer Kulturhistoriker (1818-1897) 28, 34, 193 Burgund - (Haus-) 152 - Johann der Furchtlose, Herzog v. 150 - Karl der Kühne, Herzog v. (1467-1477) 146-148 - Maria