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26 p, 355.4 KB Animali, uomini, mostri : tenerezze e orrori per un'anima sulla soglia / Maranini, Anna (Università degli Studi di Bologna)
A partire dal simbolo dell'anima come raffi gurato in un'edizione cinquecentesca de l'Acerba di Cecco d'Ascoli, si offrono qui alcune testimonianze di 'esseri volanti' che si sono prestati a rappresentare l'anima che oltrepassa un limes, una soglia, a volte nella loro bona pars, a volte nella loro mala pars. [...]
Moving from the symbol of the soul as it is pictured in a Sixteenth Century edition of L'Acerba by Cecco d'Ascoli, in this work a number of testimonies of 'fl ying beings' are presented which served to show how the soul crosses a limes, an opening. [...]

2011
Faventia, Vol. 32-33 (2010-2011) , p. 189-214  
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12 p, 85.4 KB Le Glouton et les éditions de la Renaissance / Maranini, Anna (Université de Bologne)
Dans la symbolique de la Renaissance, le Gulo (Glouton) représente l'homme gourmand, notamment celui qui vit dans l'Europe du Nord. Son image, d'origine très ancienne, s'est différemment développée, en se liant à des traditions écrites et orales, cultivées et populaires à la fois. [...]
The Renaissance tradition considered the Gulo (Wolverine) as a symbolic animal, representing the glutton, with specific reference to populations from Northern Europe. The animal's image developed into rich written and oral traditions, and its main symbolic meaning translated into the Renaissance.

2004
Faventia, V. 26 N. 2 (2004) , p. 111-122  
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3 p, 62.1 KB Réminiscences de Manilius dans emblèmes et devises de la Renaissance / Maranini, Anna (Università degli Studi di Bologna. Dipartimento di Filologia Classica e Medievale)
Les Astronomica de Manilius ont été une source très importante pour les auteurs d'emblèmes et devises de la Renaissance, même si ses vers ont été cités anonymement.
As far as Renaissance culture is concerned, the Astronomica by Manilius were a very important source of quotations, which were often reported anonymously within emblems.

2001
Faventia, V. 23 N. 1 (2001) , p. 133-135  
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15 p, 101.7 KB La recensio única del De differentia inter spiritum et animam de Costa Ben Luca / Martínez Gázquez, José (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Ciències de l'Antiguitat i de l'Edat Mitjana) ; Maranini, Anna
One of the most famous authors and translators who provided Arabic and Syriac versions of Greek scientific works, the Arabic philosopher Costa Ben Luca, lived in the second half of the IX th century A. [...]
1997
Faventia, Vol. 19 N. 2 (1997) , p. 115-129  
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4 p, 33.2 KB Manilio y Venancio / Maranini, Anna
In the first half of the I st century A. D. the Latin poet M. Manilius wrote out a poem on astrology entitled Astronomica. Before the XI th century neither a direct nor and indirect evidence of its survival existed which can be considered really trustworthy; however it is possible that this hexametric poem influenced the works of some medieval authors, as other more famous and testified Latin authors did, through not yet well known channels. [...]
1997
Faventia, Vol. 19 N. 2 (1997) , p. 111-114  

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