For the painter see Hieronymus Bosch (1450–1516)
Hieronymus de Bosch or Jeronimo De Bosch (1740-1811)
Hieronymus de Bosch or Jeronimo de Bosch (23 March 1740, Amsterdam – 1 June 1811, Leiden) was a Latin poet and notable scholar from the Netherlands. He wrote several books, the most important of which was the "Anthologia Graeca", containing the Anthology of Planudes with Latin translation. [1 ] [2 ]
He was a member of
Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen from 1776, a member of Maatschappij der Nederlandsche Letterkunde from 1780, a member of Zeeuwsch Genootschap der Wetenschappen from 1793, and a member of the Maatschappij ter bevordering van de Landbouw. In 1808 he was asked by Louis Bonaparte to be a member of the committee for the formation of the Koninklijk Instituut along with Martinus van Marum, Jean Henri van Swinden, and Martinus Stuart. His sister married the Haarlem minister and librarian [3 ] Abraham de Vries.
His works were:
Anthologia Graeca cum versione Latina Hugonis Grotii, Hieronymo de Bosch, Ultrajecti e Τypographia B. Wild & J. Altheer,
vol. 1, 1795, vol. 2, 1797 vol. 3 1798, vol. 4, 1810 (entitled Observationes in Anthologiam graecam) (and the continuation of his work, after his death: vol 5, 1822 (written by David Jacobus van Lennep, but also bearing de Bosch's name)), containing the Anthology of Planudes and other poems Bibliotheca Boschiana sive catalogus librorum qui studiis inservierunt viri celeberrimi H*. - 1812
Carmen de aequitate hominum. - 1793
Curae secundae in Horatii Epistolam ad Pisones de arte poetica e sc*. - 1812
Lofrede op J. R. Deiman. - 
Poemata. - 1803, 1808
Poematum appendix. - 1808
Über Homers Ilias. - 1788
In acerbum funus Nicolai Bondt, 1796
In funere Nicolai Vriesii, 1766
He was the grandfather of the Dutch politician
Jeronimo de Bosch Kemper through his daughter, who married Joan Melchior Kemper.
References [ edit ]
^ "Bosch, Hieronymus van". L'Enciclopedia Italiana. Treccani . Retrieved 10 December 2011.
^ George Ripley; Charles A. Dana (1873). "The American Cyclopaedia". D. Appleton And Company . Retrieved 10 December 2011.
^ KNAW website
^ "Bosch, Jeronimo de (1740 - 1811)". CERL Thesaurus . Retrieved December 10, 2011.