La publication des 'Libri de re rustica' à la Renaissance : étude d'une production, les 'Libri de re rustica' chez Sébastien Gryphe, à Lyon

Abstract : During the Renaissance, from their desire to revive antiquity as a whole, humanists were interested in the minor texts of classical literature. Among these works, there were agronomists Latin's treatises on agriculture. Published in collective editions and under the conventional title of Libri de re rustica, treatrises of Cato, Varro, Columella and Palladius were the subject of many publications and reissues from the late fifteenth century to the late sixteenth century. They were notably published by Sebastian Gryphius in Lyon, in the middle of the fifteenth century. This production of minor classical texts aroused the interest of the recognized scientific editor : Piero Vettori.
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Hélène Lannier. La publication des 'Libri de re rustica' à la Renaissance : étude d'une production, les 'Libri de re rustica' chez Sébastien Gryphe, à Lyon. Histoire. 2011. ⟨dumas-00707532⟩

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