Aurelio Lippo Brandolini

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Aurelio Lippo Brandolini (1454?, Florence - 1497, Rome) was an Italian humanist and political theorist who briefly flourished in the court of the Hungarian king, Matthias Corvinus. He is the author of the treatise Republics and Kingdoms Compared.

Facts[edit]

Brandolini said the funerary oration over Matthias Corvinus.

Brandolini entered the Augustine order late in life.

Works[edit]

  • Oratio de virtutibus domini nostri Jesu Christi. Romae: ex typographia D. Basae, 1596
  • F. Aurelii Brandolini Augustiniani cognomento Lippi De ratione scribendi libri tres, in quibus vir ille doctissimus plura etiam, quae a veteribus de arte dicendi tradita sunt...Accessit eiusdem Lippi Oratio laudatissima de Passione Domini.... [Basle]: Per Ioan. Oporinum, et haeredes Ioan Heruagij, 1565. Londini: Apud Henricum Middletonum, 1573
  • Lippi Brandolini De humanae vitae conditione, et toleranda corporis aegritudine: ...dialogus. Adiecimus alterae huic editioni. De exilaratione animi, in mortis angore Aymari Falconei Thautani dialogum, opuscolum ... Basle: R. Winter, 1543. Parisiis: apud Federicum Morellum ..., 1562
  • Oratio pro Antonio Lauredano oratore Veneto ad principem et senatum Venetum.

Еditions[edit]

Studies[edit]

  • E. Rummel, “In Defense of Theologizing Humanists: Aurelio Brandolini’s ‘In sacram Ebreorum historiam … praefatio” in G. Tournoy, ed., Humanistica Lovaniensia 44 (1995): 90-106.