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The letters attributed to Phalaris, translated from Greek into Latin by the humanist Francesco Aretino (also known as Francesco Griffolini), and from Latin into Italian by an unnamed translator (perhaps Giovanni Andrea Ferabos, or Bartholomeo Phontio [or Fontio]?). Includes a dedication of Francesco Aretino to Novello Malatesta.

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Phalaris Tyrant of Agrigentum active 6th century B.C. attributed name, Classical literature -- Early works to 1800, Classical literature, Greek literature -- Early works to 1800, Greek literature, Codices, Manuscripts Italian, Manuscripts Renaissance.


Classical Literature and Philology | Renaissance Studies


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Collation Model for Ms. Codex 320: Le epistole.