Daniel Heinsius

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Daniel Heinsius

Daniel Heinsius (natus Daniel Heins Gandavi die 9 Iunii 1580 – mortuus est Lugduni Batavorum die 25 Februarii 1655) fuit humanista et bibliothecarius Academiae Lugduno-Batavae.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • De tragica constitutione
  • Auriacus, sive libertas saucia
  • Herodes infanticida
  • Emblemata amatoria
  • Poemata latina et graeca, Amstelodami, 1649 [1]

Lege etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Becker-Cantarino, Baerbel, Daniel Heinsius, Bostoniae 1978
  • Meter, J.H., The literary theories of Daniel Heinsius. A study of the development and background of his views on literary theory and criticism during the period from 1602 to 1612, Assen 1984
  • Sellin, Paul R., Daniel Heinsius and Stuart Engeland, with a Short-Title Checklist of the Works of Daniel Heinsius, Lugduni Batavorum-Londinii 1968
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