nobilitate


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nobilitate

(nəʊˈbɪlɪˌteɪt)
adj
characterized by nobleness, distinguished
vb (tr)
to make someone a nobleto exalt or dignify someone or something
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Poggio Bracciolini in his De nobilitate (1440) had indeed recommended the emulation of Roman practices in setting up images of wise men as exemplars.
E il libro del Cortegiano registra il mutamento avvenuto riguardo ai bellatores medievali, per cui le antiche virtu militari devono essere integrate e, soprattutto, nobilitate dalle lettere, utili a sbrigare i compiti che lo Stato del Rinascimento impone.
Bonnie Mak traces the ever-changing understanding of Buonaccorso da Montemagno's Controversia de nobilitate from its first appearance as a fifteenth-century manuscript to its modern digital versions.
Kolsky's inclusion of Agrippa's De nobilitate et prcecellentia foemini sexus (1529) remains puzzling for the absence of a convincing direct link to Boccaccio's founding text and for the different intellectual audience for which Agrippa was writing, namely fellow humanists.
The first truly Florentine humanist critique of law and justice--and a temperate and measured one at that--was Coluccio Salutati's (1331-1406) treatise on the parallel themes De nobilitate legum et medicinae (1399).
Sine nobilitate is Latin for without nobility, referring to the lower classes, and then to people who aspired to move up ( hence snob.
29) Giovanni Muto has argued that while Cristofaro Landino's De nobilitate (Naples, 1480) emphasized nobles' leisure and the deeds of their ancestors, a century later Scipione Ammirato's Delle famiglie nobili napoletane (Naples, 1580) presents a much more disciplined nobility that adhered more closely to codes of noble behavior found elsewhere in Italy.
The products of their intense collaboration includes the anthologies Filosofi italiani del Quattrocento (1942) and La disputa delle arti nel Quattrocento (1947); the edition and translation of Pico's De hominis dignitate, Heptaplus, De ente et uno e scritti vari (1942), Disputationes adversus astrologiam divinatricem (1946), and Coluccio Salutati's De nobilitate legum et medicinae, De verecundia (1947).
Vieri's tomb marker on the floor of the nave of the Cathedral is a later addition, made at the time of the paving of the floor with marble: "VERIUS MEDICIS AEQUES OPIBUS ET GENTIS NOBILITATE / CLARUS SED ET PROBITATE ET PUB.
Nonostante sia legitfimo credere che dopo il 1633 non siano state pubblicate altre ristampe, sconcerta una nota inedita di Giovan Francesco Busenello del 16 aprile 1641, inclusa nel volume manoscritto De Ponae familiae nobilitate historicum documentum assembrato da Ogniben Rigotti, in cui il letterato veneziano ringrazia Pona per avergli inviato l'opera in latino intitolata XII Caesares, quibus amicorum accessere epigrammata (1641) (15) e coglie l'occasione per chiedergli una copia della Lucerna non alterata dai correttori.
Non potest ergo carere aliqua nobilitate quae alicui rei conveniat.