Celio Secondo Curione

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Celio Secondo Curione
Curio coelius secundus.jpg
Born (1503-05-01)1 May 1503
Died 24 November 1569(1569-11-24) (aged 66)

Celio Secondo Curione (Cirié, 1 May 1503 – Basel, 24 November 1569) was an Italian humanist, grammarian and suspected antitrinitarian.[1] He may have assisted or influenced Castellio in his anonymous tract appealing for religious tolerance.[2]

Works (selection)[edit]

  • Pasquillus ecstaticus et Marphorius. Basel, 1544.
    • (dt.) Der verzucket Pasquinus. Auss Welscher sprach inn das Teütsch gebracht. Augsburg 1543(?). digitized
    • (it.) Pasqvino in Estasi, Nuouo, e molto più pieno, ch'el primo, insieme co'l viaggio de l'Inferno. Rome(?) 1545.
    • (fr.) Les visions de Pasquille. Geneva, 1547.
    • (en.) Pasquine in a Traunce. London, 1566.
  • Pro vera et antiqua Ecclesiae Christi autoritate, Basel, 1547. digitized
  • Selectarvm Epistolarum Libri duo, Basel, 1553. digitized
  • De amplitudine beati regni Dei, Basel, (Poschiavo?) 1554.
  • Schola, sive de perfecto Grammatico. Basel, 1555.
  • De bello Melitensi Historia nova. Basel 1567.
    • (dt.) Neuwe unnd warhafftige Historien, von dem erschröcklichen Krieg so der Türckisch Keyser Solyman wider die Ritter von Jerusalem, in der Inseln Malta kürtzlich gefüret hat. Basel, 1567.
    • (it.) Nuova Storia della guerra in Malta. Rome, 1927.
    • (en.) A new history of the war in Malta. Rome, 1928.
  • De Historia legenda sententia ad Basilium Amerbachium. Basel, 1576.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Anne Jacobson Schutte Pier Paolo Vergerio: The Making of an Italian Reformer 1969 Page 17 "Nor, in the more common pattern set by Bernardino Ochino and Celio Secondo Curione and followed later by Lelio Sozzini, did he advance beyond "magisterial" religious solutions to one of the positions with which the majority of recent."
  2. ^ Perez Zagorin How the Idea of Religious Toleration Came to the West 2003 - Page 332 " On the question of Castellio's authorship and the possibility that he had the assistance of Celio Secundo Curione and Lelio Sozzini (two of the ..."

UUA.org Curione