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Politian

(pəʊˈlɪʃən; pɒ-)
n
(Biography) Italian name Angelo Polliziano; original name Angelo Ambrogini. 1454–94, Florentine humanist and poet

Po•li•tian

(poʊˈlɪʃ ən)

n.
(Angelo Poliziano) 1454–94, Italian classical scholar and poet.
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Kitaj uses the Warburg "version of art history" as a kind of pre-emptive Critical Iconology, playing, so to speak, Poliziano to his own Botticelli, stipulating in print the programs to which his paintings are to conform, and then executing them.
Ovid and Poliziano figure prominently in Sternfeld's exploration of the models that served the early librettists.
I think of Nino Pirrotta's Music and theatre from Poliziano to Monteverdi (Karen Eales's translation); of Wolfgang Osthoff's Theatergesang und darstellende Musik in der italienischen Renaissance (which would be good to have in English); and of Ellen Rosand's work on the lament (several articles, and a chapter in her Opera in seventeenth-century Venice: the creation of a genre).
He soon became the center of a group of intellectuals, including Angelo Poliziano and Pico della
Una possibile raccolta d'autore"; Paolo Rosso, "Percorsi letterari e storiografici di un allievo di Lorenzo Valla: il cronista piacentino Giacomo Mori"; Silvia Fiaschi, "L'acqua, il vino e la podagra: consigli di temperanza alimentare nell'Umanesimo fra etica patristica e medicina"; Hideo Katayama, "Riconsiderazioni su un manoscritto scoperto da Poggio Bracciolini"; Roberto Ricciardi, "L'epistola del Poliziano a Piero de' Medici sull'origine di Firenze (Ep.
Su labor investigadora se cuido ademas de su otra gran pasion filologica, las relacio nes del humanismo grecolatino y vernaculo con la literatura clasica y testimonio de ello son sus extraordinarios estudios sobre Fernando de Herrera, Poliziano o Sannazaro.
The three horses I still have interests in, including Angelo Poliziano, twice a winner on the all-weather this winter, will be going to the Doncaster sales next week and after that I am open to offers.
Gli autori studiati sono dunque quelli centrali per la tradizione: Dante, Petrarca, Boccaccio, Poliziano, Giordano Bruno e Giovan Battista Marino.
I was reading the other day about a highly-recommended wine called Poliziano Rosso di Montepulciano and the author said make sure you don't confuse it with Montepulciano d'Abruzzo.
The remaining articles focus on aspects of Petrarch, Poliziano, Manuzio, Gaza, George of Trebizond, and Marcello Adriani.
One disturbing claim is that Proud 'knew instinctively' that assertions about the character of Poliziano were not true.
Wondering why Galeazzo Ciano has an entry to himself, denied to Cosimo pater patriae, and Moravia is given fractionally more space than Poliziano, I realized with relief that this did not reflect value judgements but rather what is made clear in the introduction (p.