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94) Moreover, the translator would have to be a Latinist with an extensive command of Nahuatl --as the task would require the capacity for innovation as well as correctness of speech in a language which was already becoming corrupted.
27) Haddon was a well-known Latinist and a major proponent of the Reformation at Cambridge, where he was vice-chancellor in 1549-50.
8) He was also fortunate in having as his tutor Nicholas Garbet, a master of theology and an excellent Latinist, who gave him a love of reading and study as well as a second language.
69) Attempting to situate in time the elaboration of Philonic thought, this distinguished French Latinist also affirms that it is seen to be simultaneously coherent and alive: "coherente, parce que sa rhetorique et sa philosophie, la forme et le fond, se rattachent au meme enseignement neo-platonique"; and alive, because Philo is acquainted with the latest state of doctrine.
The next two articles are contributions on manuscripts and Latin philosophical texts from the Low Countries by two Groningen colleagues of Ben Hijmans, the late medievalist Jos Hermans and the Renaissance Latinist Fokke Akkerman.
Being a Latinist he had not looked so much at the oral traditions of the word, going back, at least as far as we can say with documentary certainly, to the oral origins of the Homeric epics.
All this is intended as a mocking antithesis of Don Quixote's idealistic altruism, and can be exemplified by convict number five, who has much in common with Guzman de Alfarache, since he is a student, a glib talker and a competent Latinist.
Another was a fanatic Latinist and advocate of Gregorian Chant, the elderly and irascible Anguste Dessus, whose cartes de visite identified him, in Latin translation, as "A.
Every Christian Latinist writing before the Council of Nicaea (325) was an African.
In responding for his fellow Latinist, Pascoli also, clearly, provides us with his own motivations for writing extensively in Latin.
But it is hard to believe that as expert a Latinist as Jonson could not follow Italian with considerable comprehension.
medieval Latinist knows, the Middle Ages were deeply Christian, yet