Repertorium Blondianum

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Recently published

F. Muecke, ‘Biondo Flavio on the Roman Theatre: Topography and Terminology’, Erudition and the Republic of Letters 3 (2018), 241-73. 

Anne Raffarin, ‘Roma instaurata, Italia illustrata, Roma triumphans: Flavio Biondo's Encyclopaedic Project for a Dictionary of Antiquities’, in Renaissance Encyclopaedism: Studies in Curiosity and Ambition, ed. by W. Scott Blanchard and Andrea Severi, Toronto, Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2018, 151-84.

The invention of Rome. Biondo Flavio’s Roma Triumphans and its worlds
Edited by Maurizio CAMPANELLI, Frances MUECKE
Libraire Droz
http://www.droz.org/world/en/6501-9782600047890.html

Duncan MacRae, ‘Diligentissumus investigator antiquitatis? Antiquarianism and Historical Evidence between Republican Rome and the Early Modern Republic of Letters’, in Omnium Annalium Monumenta: Historical Writing and Historical Evidence in Republican Rome, ed. by Kaj Sandberg and Christopher Smith, Leiden and Boston, 2018, 137-56.

F. Muecke, ‘Biondo at Basel: the 1531 Froben edition of Roma triumphans’, BHR, 79, 2017, 625-35

Blondus Flavius, Italia illustrata, a cura di P. Pontari, Edizione nazionale delle opere di Biondo Flavio, vol. 3, Rome, 2017

I Tatti Renaissance Library, Harvard University Press, vols. 74 and 75
Biondo Flavio, Italy Illuminated Volume 2 Books V–VIII, edited and translated by Jeffrey A. White

Biondo Flavio, Rome in Triumph, Volume 1, Books I–II, translated by Frances Muecke, edited by Maria Agata Pincelli

 

The papers given in the Biondo panels at RSA 2014 have been published in A. Mazzocco and M. Laureys, A New Sense of the Past: The Scholarship of Biondo Flavio (1392-1463), Supplementa Humanistica Lovaniensia (Leuven 2016).

http://upers.kuleuven.be/en/book/9789462700482

S. Bischetti and M. Lodone, “Biondo Flavio e i suoi figli tra Roma e Romagna. Appunti per un ritratto di famiglia”, Studi Romagnoli LVII, 2016, 57-72.

Augusto Campana, Ritratto romagnolo di Biondo Flavio, ed. M. Lodone (Cesena 2016)

F. Muecke, ‘Biondo and the Roman Elections’, Papers of the British School at Rome 84 (2016) 275-97

I. G. Mastrorosa, “Ottaviano Augusto nella memoria storiografica quattrocentesca”, in Apis Matina. Studi in onore di Carlo Santini, ed. Aldo Setaioli (Trieste 2016), 470-80

 

Future events

Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome, Study Day 14-15 May 2018
‘Flavio Biondo’s Italia illustrata: Representations of spatial language and spatial thinking in text and maps’.

Organisers: PD Dr. Martin Thiering (Scientific Coordinator), Prof. Dr. Tanja Michalsky (Director at BHMPI, project manager), Prof. Dr. Günther Görz (Associate Member), Prof. Dr. Klaus Geus (Associate Member)

The study day is part of a long-term project on Flavio Biondo’s Italia illustrata (website Hertziana: http://www.biblhertz.it/research/research- projects-of-institute/historical-rooms-in-texts-and-cards-biondo-project/) 

 

Past Events

‘Storia romana e antichità romana e cultura moderna’, Department of SAGAS, University of Florence, 7 February, 2018
Frances Muecke, ‘Maiestas imperii: Biondo on the empire and the emperors’

University of Queensland, international conference, “The Once and Future Kings: Roman Emperors and Western Political Culture from Antiquity to the Present”, 5-7 July 2017
Frances Muecke, ‘Biondo Flavio on the Roman emperors: periodization, sources and chronicle’

Kolloquium zur mittelalterlichen Geschichte, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, München, 26 July 2017 
Giuseppe Marcellino (Pisa/München), ‘Altertumswissenschaft als Antitürkenpropaganda: Flavio Biondos Roma triumphans (1459)’

Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Neulateinische Studien, Innsbruck, 30 October 2017

Ida Gilda Mastrorosa, ‘Totius Europae gentes Romani ... cultas reddidere: Features and Merits of ancient Rome in Blondus Flavius’, 30 October 2017, Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Neulateinische Studien, Innsbruck

‘Attualizzare’ il passato, Florence, 13 October 2017
Anne Raffarin, ‘Da un antiquario all’altro: Varrone modello e fonte di Biondo Flavio’
Conference programme

Dr Giuseppe Marcellino (Pisa/München), 26 July 2017
‘Altertumswissenschaft als Antitürkenpropaganda: Flavio Biondos Roma triumphans (1459)’
Kolloquium zur mittelalterlichen Geschichte, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, München
LMU, Historicum Raum 226

University of Queensland, 5-7 July 2017
Paper at the University of Queensland, international conference, “The Once and Future Kings: Roman Emperors and Western Political Culture from Antiquity to the Present”, 5-7 July 2017

Frances Muecke, ‘Biondo Flavio on the Roman emperors: periodization, sources and chronicle’

RSA at Chicago 2017, ‘Biondo Flavio and his European fortune’
A series of three panels on the European fortune of the Italian humanist Biondo Flavio (1392-1463), with a focus on the 15th and 16th century were presented at RSA Chicago 2017. 
Organizers: Fabio Della Schiava (University of Bonn) and Frances Muecke (University of Sydney)

The Warburg Institute, London, 6-7 April, 2016
HistAntArtSI Colloquium / Antiquity in Italy (1 BC – 1800): Continuities and Refractions
For programme see
http://histantartsi.eu/news_dettaglio.php?tipo=news&id_news=188

British School at Rome, 25 November 2015
A lecture by Tanja Michalsky (Bibliotheca Hertziana)
 ‘Italia illustrata’. The interaction of topographical descriptions and cartography in the works of Flavio Biondo and Leandro Alberti.

http://histantartsi.eu/news_dettaglio.php?tipo=news&id_news=188

Conference held at the British School at Rome, 26-28 November, 2014
‘The Invention of Rome: Biondo’s Roma triumphans and its worlds’
Speakers included: Concetta Bianca, Maurizio Campanelli, Peter Fane-Saunders, Paul Gwynne, James Hankins, Giuseppe Marcellino, Ida Gilda Mastrorosa, Angelo Mazzocco, Frances Muecke, Agata Pincelli, Anne Raffarin, William Stenhouse.

Un Convegno a Forlì, 18 May 2012
“Intorno alla piazza del Comune. La cultura forlivese fra XIV e XV secolo: da Boccaccio e Checco di Meletto Rossi a Biondo Flavio”.
www.forli24ore.it/news/forli/0022672-boccaccio-flavio-biondo-un-convegno-sulla-cultura-forli