Search for dissertations about: "Charles IX"

Found 2 swedish dissertations containing the words Charles IX.

  1. 1. Ramism, Rhetoric and Reform : An Intellectual Biography of Johan Skytte (1577–1645)

    Author : Jenny Ingemarsdotter; Magnus Nyman; Hanna Östholm; Erland Sellberg; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Johan Skytte; history of education; Ramism; Petrus Ramus; utility; merit; humanism; Late Renaissance; Sweden; Age of Greatness; patriotism; Hesse-Kassel; the University of Marburg; Uppsala University; Charles IX; Gustav II Adolf; Vasa; Neo-Latin; dissertation; oration; rhetoric; reform; the mathematical arts; eloquence; History of science and ideas; Idé- o lärdomshistoria; Idé- och lärdomshistoria; History of Sciences and Ideas;

    Abstract : This thesis is an intellectual biography of the Swedish statesman Johan Skytte (1577–1645), focusing on his educational ideals and his contributions to educational reform in the early Swedish Age of Greatness. Although born a commoner, Skytte rose to be one of the most powerful men in Sweden in the first half of the seventeenth century, serving three generations of regents. READ MORE

  2. 2. The Early Latin Poetry of Sylvester Johannis Phrygius : Edited, with Introduction, Translation and Commentary

    Author : Peter Sjökvist; Hans Helander; Minna Skafte-Jensen; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Latin language; Sylvester Johannis Phrygius; John III of Sweden; Duke John of Sweden; Charles IX of Sweden; Neo-Latin; allegory; baroque style; consolatory literature; Counter-Reformation; eclogue; emblems; funeral literature; mannerism; occasional poetry; Vergil; Latin; Latin; Latin;

    Abstract : This thesis contains three major portions of the early Latin poetry of the theologian Sylvester Johannis Phrygius (1572–1628), one of the most pro-lific and important Swedish poets at the turn of the 17th century.The verses exhibit marked influence from the Protestant Universities of Northern Germany at which Phrygius had studied. READ MORE