1544 Aresta Amorum Martial d’Auvergne Latin Romantic Love Poetry Arrets d’Amour

Martial, d'Auvergne Benoît de Court

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Martial d’Auvergne (1420–1508) was a French poet. Originally from Auvergne, he served as notary at Châtelet, and later as attorney (procureur) for the Paris parlement.

Nearly all of Martial d’Auvergne’s works are clearly dated and much is known about them. However, the origins of this work are uncertain and little is known about when it was written. It mainly focuses on satirical prose depicting beginnings and endings of romantic love.

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1544 Aresta Amorum Martial d’Auvergne Latin Romantic Love Poetry Arrets d’Amour

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Martial d’Auvergne (1420–1508) was a French poet. Originally from Auvergne, he served as notary at Châtelet, and later as attorney (procureur) for the Paris parlement.

 

Nearly all of Martial d’Auvergne’s works are clearly dated and much is known about them. However, the origins of this work are uncertain and little is known about when it was written. It mainly focuses on satirical prose depicting beginnings and endings of romantic love.

 

We do not find any other 1544 printings of this same work for sale elsewhere; however, we do find a 1566 for sale for over $1,300!

 

Main author: Martial, d’Auvergne; Benoît de Court

 

Title: Aresta amorum. Cum erudita Benedicti Curtii Symphoriani explanatione. Accessit huic editioni locupletissimus rerum ac vocabulorum index.

 

Published: Parisiis, Carolum Langelier, 1544.

 

Language: Latin

 

Notes & contents:

  • Presumably originally written ca. 1490

 

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Binding: tight and secure leather binding

Pages: complete with all 211 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such

Publisher: Parisiis, Carolum Langelier, 1544.

Size: ~6.5in X 4in (16.5cm x 10cm)

 

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Martial d’Auvergne (Martial of Auvergne, Martial of Paris, 1420–1508) was a French poet. Originally from Auvergne, he served as notary at Châtelet, and later as attorney (procureur) for the Paris parlement.

His most important work are the Vigilles de Charles VII à neuf psaumes et neuf leçons (1493, edited 1724), a versified chronicle of the Hundred Years’ War.

His other works include Les Louenges de la benoiste Vierge Marie (1492), a devotional poem dedicated to Mary and the satirical Les Arrêts d’amour (undated, in prose) and L’Amant rendu cordelier à l’Observance d’amour (1490, in verse).

Category

Literature

Authors

Martial, d'Auvergne Benoît de Court

Printing Date

16th Century

Language

Latin

Binding

Leather

Book Condition

Good

Collation

Complete