Renaiss. Q. volume 72, issue 1, P238-239 2019 DOI: 10.1017/rqx.2018.13 View full text
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Giancarlo Abbamonte

Abstract: range of subjects in both the scholastic and the humanist tradition. He studied Greek, Latin, and Hebrew and authored translations of Aristotle and the Bible. In Against the Jews and the Gentiles, Manetti applies his linguistic skills by exploring the etymologies of Latin, Greek, and Hebrew words. This edition will be especially useful to readers interested in Manetti, but it is also relevant for students of the apologetic genre or Italian humanism in this period. In addition to making the first four books of …

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