6 edition of Marulić reader found in the catalog.
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In W. F. Vande Walle of the University of Leuven was asked about the book by a researcher who was evidently only slightly less bamboozled than I was, but who was aware that it is a translation of – it deepens – a work by a Croat humanist, Marko Marulić (or, Latinised, Marcus Marulus). Marko Marulić, His book De institutione bene vivendi (six volumes, 64 chapters), published in Venice in , had fifteen editions until and was translated from Latin into. The Marulic Reader, Knjizevni krug Split Marulianum, Croatian World Congress, Split
Marko Marulić, a Renaissance humanist and writer, has long been considered the father of Croatian literature with a similar stature to Britain’s Geoffrey in the historic city of Split on the Adriatic coast during the 15th century, his works were printed in Venice, which was at the time the center of the new printing press, and so his works were widely circulated in both. VOĆKA POSLIJE KIŠE by Adalbert Marković (), lyrics by Dobriša Cesarić (). Performed by "Marko Marulić" High School Mixed Choir from Split, Croatia, conducted by Tomislav.
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Marko Marulić Splićanin (Croatian pronunciation: [mâːrko mǎrulitɕ]), in Latin Marcus Marulus Spalatensis and Italian Marco Marulo (18 August – 5 January ), was a Croatian poet and Renaissance coined the term "psychology".He is regarded as the Croatian national poet and has been called the "crown of the Croatian medieval age" and the "father of the Croatian Born: 18 AugustSplit, Republic of Venice.
Marko Marulić (Croatian pronunciation: ; Italian: Marco Marulo; 18 August – 5 January ) was a Croatian national poet and Christian humanist, known as the Crown of the Croatian Medieval Age and the father of the Croatian Renaissance.
 He signed his works as Marko Marulić Splićanin ("Marko Marulić of Split"), Marko Pečenić, Marcus Marulus (or de Marulis) Spalatensis, or Dalmata.
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Marko Marulić was a Croatian national poet and Renaissance humanist, known as the Crown of the Croatian Medieval Age and the father of the Croatian Renaissance.
He was also the first who defined and used the notion of psychology, which is today in current use/5. Marko Marulić (Split, ) hrvatski je i kršćanski pjesnik koji stvara na razmeđu srednjeg vijeka i novog doba. Kao obrazovan humanist pisao je na latinskom, što mu je donijelo svjetsku slavu, a kao renesansni pjesnik stvarao je na hrvatskom jeziku, te ga se naziva "ocem hrvatske književnosti".
A long table of contents lists all the holy figures mentioned in the book and each of their exemplary actions, so that readers may look up specific ‘loci’ for meditation. Marulić’s work attracted the interest of Jesuits like Francis Xavier for its structural similarities to Ignatius of.
Marko Marulić, Croatian moral philosopher and poet whose vernacular verse marked the beginnings of a distinctive Croatian literature.
The scion of a noble family, Marulić studied classical languages and literature and philosophy at Padua [Italy] before returning to his native Split and a life of. Šrepel M () O Maruliću. Rad JAZU, b pp –; Zbornik Marka MarulićaZagreb (); Filipović V () The principles of ethic-philosophical orientation of Marko Marulić.
Studia historiae philosophiae croaticae, vol 1. Zagreb, pp –; Tomasović M () Marko Marulić. Today the British Library holds the copy of Marko Marulić's book Evangelistarium 1. frompreoccupations, thoughts, attitudes as reader and scholar.
His annotations can serve as the. The author of the Davidiad, Marko Marulić was a nobleman, born on Aug in the Dalmatian city of came from the distinguished aristocratic family of Pečenić (Pecinić, Picinić), the 15th century family branch whose founder was Petar, and only began calling themselves again Marulić in the 16th century.
When he grew older, Marulić practised law in the city of his birth. Marko Marulić has 21 books on Goodreads with ratings. Marko Marulić’s most popular book is Judita.
Zbornik u proslavu petstogodis̆njice rođnja Marka Marulića, (Book) The Marulić reader by Marko Marulić (Book) Marcus Marulus and the Biblia Latina of an approach to his biblical hermeneutics by Franz Posset.
English: Find all the latest news about Marko Marulić. Share them as well with your contacts to spread the Marulić world. Follow Marulić everywhere, without moving from where you are. Marko Marulić (Croatian pronunciation: [mâːrkɔ̝ mǎrulitɕ]; – ) was a Croatian national poet and Christian humanist.
German: Erhalte die aktuellen Informationen über Marko Marulić. According to the central catalogue of the National Library in Warsaw, twenty five Polish libraries hold 79 specimens of Marulić’s books: 29 copies of the Evangelistary, 31 of the De Institutione, and, counted separately, 12 copies of Op-era Omnia, as well as one copy each of a French and a German translation of the De Institutione and two.
Marko Marulić Splićanin (Croatian pronunciation: [mâːrko mǎrulitɕ]), in Latin Marcus Marulus Spalatensis and Italian Marco Marulo (18 August – 5 January ), was a Croatian poet and Renaissance humanist.
He coined the term psychology. Marko Marulić - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia - WikiMili. Located on the Voćni trg (Fruit square) stands the monument of the father of the Croatian literature, Marko Marulić.
He was one of the most important philosophers and intellectuals of the 15th century. The monument was made by Ivan Meštrović/ TripAdvisor reviews. Marko Marulić (Croatian pronunciation: [mâːrko mǎrulitɕ]; Italian: Marco Marulo; 18 August – 5 January ) was a Croatian national poet and Renaissance humanist, known as the Crown of the Croatian Medieval Age and the father of the Croatian Renaissance.
He signed his works as Marko Marulić Splićanin ("Marko Marulić of Split"), Marko Pečenić, Marcus Marulus (or de Marulis. »book culture «7 of the The Marulić Reader, ed.
Bratislav Lučin, Split, Marulianum,5 Parts of this study were presented at the Marko Marulić Days in Split, Croatia. I am grateful to Vladimir Bubrin and Bratislav Lučin for helpful hints in finalizing my presentation for publication.
The narrator, Michael Berg, tells the story of his teenage affair with a former Nazi prison guard and its Part 1, a year-old Michael is on his way home when he becomes violently ill by the side of a of the building’s tenants, year-old Hanna Schmitz rescues him, cleaning him up and bringing him back home, where his doctor diagnoses him with hepatitis.
The people, in horror, pray to God for salvation. The poem contains dodecasyllabic lines, with caesurae after the sixth syllable, composed in six books libar s. Ines rated it did not like it Dominik rated it did not like it There are no discussion topics on this book yet.Try the new Google Books.
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