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Klibansky, The Continuity of the Platonic Tradition during the Middle Ages (London, 1939 and 1950), pp. 42-47. 11. Pico, Oratio (De hominis dignitate . , ed. E. Garin [Florence, 1942]), pp. 101-65; Conclusiones (Opera [Basel, 1572]), pp. 63-113. Cf. A. , 1941); E. Garin, Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (Florence, 1937); E. Anagnine, G. Pico delta Mirandola (Ban, 1937). 12. Augustinus Steuchus, De perenni philosophia lihri X (Lyons, 1540). 13. G. Margiotta, he origini italiane de la Querelle des anciens et des modernes (Rome, 1953).
Finally, it has been shown that the notion of a revival of poetry not only goes back in Italy to the early fourteenth century (and this disposes, for good, of Burdach's attempt to derive the secular slogan via Cola di Rienzo from medieval religious conceptions) but it can even be found in a few ancient and medieval authors. St. Ambrose is credited by St. Augustine with a revival of eloquence, Lanfranc of Pavia and Canterbury is praised by his biographer for having restored Latinity to its ancient state of knowledge; and ever since Carolingian times, the political idea of the Roman Empire had been linked with the notion that ancient Rome had been renewed.
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