Francesco Petrarca


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Noun1.Francesco Petrarca - an Italian poet famous for love lyrics (1304-1374)Francesco Petrarca - an Italian poet famous for love lyrics (1304-1374)
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5) Con respecto a su produccion vocal, es de asentar que Zarlino siguio los pasos de Willaert, alejandose del latin y haciendo acopio, principalmente, del acervo en "lengua vulgar" (6) que el sumo Francesco Petrarca (1304-74) dono al morir al gobierno de Venecia para que con el arrancara el proyecto de crear una biblioteca publica.
Mi nombre es Petrarca, Francesco Petrarca, y el abad sabe de mi venida hasta aqui.
Asi, iniciamos la interpretacion de esta obra con los versos de Francesco Petrarca (1304-1374):
The Italian scholar Francesco Petrarca heralded our potential for progress and higher culture focused on humanity, not God.
Petrarca F (1874) Scritti inediti di Francesco Petrarca.
En conjunto con Dante Alighieri (1265-1321) y Francesco Petrarca (1304-1374), Giovanni Bocaccio (1313-1375) configura la triada de poetas de la avanzada inaugural del Renacimiento.
collects 19 essays and articles first published between 1983 and 2010 on two pillars of the Italian Renaissance: Francesco Petrarca, or Petrarch (1304-74) and Leon Battista Alberti (1404-72).
12) "Alcuni degli amici di Francesco Petrarca furono della citta di Arezzo o del territorio aretino.
Notas sobre el Canzoniere de Francesco Petrarca en la America del s.
Three times they have visited Italian champions Petrarca Padova - so named after the scholar, poet and humanist Francesco Petrarca, who lived in the city - and three times they left victorious.
The work of Francesco Petrarca (or Petrarch, 1304-74) influenced important European Renaissance writers such as Pietro Bembo, Torquato Tasso, Pierre Ronsard, Etienne Jodelle, Sir Thomas Wyatt, Sir Philip Sidney, Samuel Daniel, Michael Drayton, Edmund Spenser, William Shakespeare, and many others.
El texto iniciador del tratamiento renacentista de la relacion fortuna y virtud es De remediis utriusque fortuna de Francesco Petrarca.