Reuchlin


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Reuchlin

(German ˈrɔyçliːn)
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(Biography) Johann (joˈhan). 1455–1522, German humanist, who promoted the study of Greek and Hebrew
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Stow's notarial sources present such a different picture of life in this period, in fact, that one is sometimes jarred by the absence of Johannes Reuchlin, Jacob Mantino, Solomon Molkho, Elijah Levita, and the other figures about whom we are accustomed to hearing in sixteenth-century Roman Jewish life.
Contents: Erika Rummel, "The Reuchlin Affair in Context"; Johann Pfefferkorn, "The Enemy of the Jews" and "The Confessions of the Jews"; Johann Reuchlin, "Report about the Books of the Jews" and "Defence against the Cologne Slanderers."
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Silvestro's criticisms in the Reuchlin affair strained relations with German humanists.
Another explanation, which involves a black-and-white fish, might well lampoon the Dominicans, or Black Friars (588, line 79), whom Erasmus describes as black-and-white birds, "picae, in his colloquy about Reuchlin (269, lines 91-92).
Antonius Reuchlin presented the great Hebrew concordance in Basel in 1556; Hebrew grammars by Michael Neander (1575),Joannes Claius (1577), and Johann Habermann (1581) all appeared in Wittenberg.
For Lefevre, citing Reuchlin and relying on Cusa and Pico della Mirandola, "all the affirmative names of God.
[123] Rudolf Agricola made Latin versions of Gallus and De calumnis as did Melanchthon and Petrus Moselanus, and Johannes Reuchlin wrote a German version of Dialogi mortuorum xii.
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Among specific topics are the anatomy of non-biblical scrolls from the Cairo Geniza, the history of editing pre-modern Yiddish manuscript texts, Johannes Reuchlin's collection of Hebrew books: its afterlife and influence, building a bridge from the Dead Sea Scrolls to Medieval Hebrew manuscripts, and pictorial messages in Medieval illuminated Hebrew books: some methodological considerations.
Swerdlow, "Cardano's Malicious Horoscope and Gaurico's Morbid Horoscope of Regiomontanus"; Wilhelm Schmidt-Biggemann, "Lingua Adamica and Speculative Philology: Philo to Reuchlin"; Peter Stallybrass, "Petrarch and Babylon: Censoring and Uncensoring the Rime, 1559-1651"; Kristine Louise Haugen, "Campanella and the Disciplines from Obscurity to Concealment"; William R.