Search for dissertations about: "Neo-Latin"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 11 swedish dissertations containing the word Neo-Latin.

  1. 1. Andreas Norrelius' Latin translation of Johan Kemper's Hebrew commentary on Matthew edited with introduction and philological commentary

    Author : Josef Eskhult; Hans Helander; Toon Van Houdt; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Johan Kemper; Andreas Norrelius; Neo-Latin; scholarly prose; synchronic approach; Neo-Latin usage; Neo-Latin style; Neo-Latin vocabulary; Christian Hebraists; philosemitism; translation technique; ecclesiastical Latin; Latin translations of the Bible; Latin language; Latin; Latin; Latin;

    Abstract : This thesis contains an edition of the Swedish Hebraist Andreas Norrelius’ (1679-1749) Latin translation, Illuminatio oculorum (1749), of the converted rabbi Johan Kemper’s (1670-1716) Hebrew commentary on Matthew, Me’irat ‘Enayim (1703). The dissertation is divided into three parts. READ MORE

  2. 2. The Voice of a Waning Empire : Selected Latin Poetry of Magnus Rönnow from the Great Northern War. Edited, with Introduction, Translation and Commentary

    Author : Elena Dahlberg; Hans Helander; Outi Merisalo; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; Magnus Rönnow; the Great Northern War; Charles XII; Peter I of Russia; Frederick IV of Denmark; propaganda literature; Neo-Latin; occasional poetry; Baroque style; allegory; emblematics; medals; Augustan poetry; Horace; Latin; Latin;

    Abstract : The thesis contains selected Latin poetry by the Swedish poet Magnus Rönnow (1665‒1735), composed during the Great Northern War. The Carolean age (1654–1718) was the hey-day of Latin literature, eloquence and poetry in Sweden. Rönnow was one of the last Latin poets in this tradition, and indeed one of the most outstanding. READ MORE

  3. 3. Four Eighteenth-century Medical Dissertations under the Presidency of Nils Rosén : Edited and translated, with an introduction and commentary by Urban Örneholm

    Author : Urban Örneholm; Hans Helander; Arne Jönsson; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Latin language; Neo-Latin; dissertations; terminology; nomenclature; Nils Rosén; history of medicine; smallpox; paediatrics; Latin; Latin language; Latin;

    Abstract : Nils Rosén (von Rosenstein) (1706–73), Professor of medicine at Uppsala University, is less known than his colleague Linnaeus, but has, mainly through his textbook Underrättelser om Barn-Sjukdomar (1st monograph ed. 1764), had an enormous influence on the care of children throughout Europe. READ MORE

  4. 4. Ubi est unitas? : The Latin Letters from Johannes Annorelius, a Swedish Catholic Convert, to his Brother. A Critical Edition with an Introduction

    Author : Cajsa Sjöberg; Latin; []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Latinska språket; Latin language; heresies; scholasticism; Annorelius; critical edition; Latin letters; the Capuchin Order; Swedish Catholic converts; Counter-reformation; Latin literature; Neo-Latin; controversial theology; Latinsk litteratur;

    Abstract : This book presents a critical edition of the Latin letters in ms. G3 (Uppsala University Library) from Johannes Annorelius to his brother. Johannes Annorelius left Sweden as a young student in the beginning of the 18th century and settled down in Flanders, where he converted to the Catholic faith and became a Capuchin friar. READ MORE

  5. 5. Johan Ihre on the origins and history of the runes : Three Latin dissertations from the mid 18th century

    Author : Krister Östlund; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Classical philology - general; Johan Ihre; professor Skytteanus; Neo-Latin; dissertations; scientific and scholarly prose; runology; runic inscriptions; gothicism; Odin; Eddic poems; Icelandic Sagas; Klassiska språk - allmänt; Classical philology; Klassiska språk; Latin; Latin;

    Abstract : Johan Ihre (1707-80),professor Skytteanus, i.e. professor of eloquence and politics, at Uppsala University for 42 years, is considered the most prominent Swedish humanist and philologistof the 18th century. Under his presidency more than 450 dissertations were submitted on a variety of subjects. READ MORE