GENEALOGIA DEORUM GENTILIUM PDF

Giovanni werd door zijn vader erkend en in huis opgenomen en dus waarschijnlijk opgevoed door zijn stiefmoeder. Op vroege leeftijd werd hij al voorbereid op een loopbaan als zakenman, en leerde de beginselen van de Latijnse grammatica. Daarop ging hij in opdracht van zijn vader gedurende zes jaar canoniek recht studeren. Doordat hij meer tijd aan schrijven dan aan studeren besteedde, wist hij die studie niet te voltooien. Via de relaties van zijn vader kwam ook Giovanni in contact met het hof en aan het Napolitaanse Studium [7] leerde hij Cino da Pistoia kennen en via hem maakte hij kennis met de werken van Dante.

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Giovanni Boccaccio Genealogia deorum gentilium, Genealogia deorum gentilium, known in English as On the Genealogy of the Gods of the Gentiles, is a mythography or encyclopedic compilation of the tangled family relationships of the classical pantheons of Ancient Greece and Rome, written in Latin prose from onwards by the Italian author and poet Giovanni Boccaccio. The work is " humanist in spirit and medieval in structure". The first version was completed in , and he continuously corrected and revised the work until his death in , so that various redactions of the works were copied in different manuscript traditions.

In his lifetime and for two centuries afterwards it was considered his most important work. These themselves drew on the late antique Christian Fulgentius , and writers of the actual period of classical paganism, especially Ovid and Statius. According to Malcolm Bull: " Boccaccio does his best to make sense of the complex genealogy of the gods. But as he also allows for several gods of the same name, the result becomes enormously confusing.

The Genealogia was unkindly described by Edward Gibbon in his Decline and Fall as "a work, in that age, of stupendous erudition, and which he ostentatiously sprinkled with Greek characters and passages, to excite the wonder and applause of his more ignorant readers. This gave rise to a literary and iconographic tradition lasting to John Milton and Shelley.

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