Amadis Jamyn

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Amadis Jamyn (1538–1592) was a French poet, a friend of Ronsard.

Born in Chaource near Troyes, he is known mostly for his love poems, but was also a good Greek scholar (he has translated Homer).

Main works[edit]

Oeuvre Poétiques:

  • Dialogue
  • Elégie
  • Épitaphe
  • Stances de l'impossible

Jamyn's Poems in French