Arcadius Avellanus' "Tusculum/Palaestra"?

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Re: Arcadius Avellanus' "Tusculum/Palaestra"?

Post by Carolus Raeticus » Thu Jul 05, 2012 11:41 am

Salvete!

I stumbled upon the work of Arcadius Avellanus (real name Árkád Mogyoróssy, see the la.Wikipedia article). I thought it might be useful to put together all information about freely available versions (and those not yet online):
  • His course:
  • His translations:
  • Other works:
    • Colloquiorum Scholasticorum Liber Secundus: an edition of the dialogues written by Corderius as adapted by Arcadius Avellanus (HTML).
    • Fabulae Tusculanae: unfortunately unavailable. Its sub-title: ad suppeditandam praeceptoribus studiosisque materiam latinum sermonem vivae vocis adminiculo docendi et discendi (1913, 16 pages according to the Library of Congress' Catalogue of copyright entries).
Please add to this list if you know of additional works or where to find the ones still lacking online versions.

Valete,

Carolus Raeticus
Sperate miseri, cavete felices.

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