I Tatti Renaissance Library

Since 2001, the I Tatti Renaissance Library has been the only series to make the major literary, historical, philosophical, and scientific works of the Italian Renaissance written in Latin available to a broad readership. Each volume provides a reliable Latin text together with an accurate, readable English translation on facing pages, accompanied by an editor’s introduction, notes on the text, brief bibliography, and index. Presenting current scholarship in an attractive and convenient format, The I Tatti Renaissance Library aims to facilitate access to this essential literature for both students and scholars in a wide variety of disciplines as well as to general readers.

The series’ General Editor is Professor James Hankins at Harvard University, to whom all editorial question should be directed. For further information on the series, click hereVolumes can be bought through Harvard University Press.

On Married Love, Eridanus
Pontano, Giovanni Gioviano. 2014. On Married Love, Eridanus. Edited by Luke Roman. Vol. 63. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 63, 385 pages. HollisAbstract

Introduction -- On married love -- Eridanus -- Note on the text and translation -- Notes to the translation.

The Battle of Lepanto
Lemons, Andrew, Sarah Spence, and Elizabeth R Wright, ed. 2014. The Battle of Lepanto. Vol. 61. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 61, xxiv, 527 pages. Publisher's VersionAbstract

I. Song of the Nereids / Carlo Malatesta -- II. On the treaty struck between the Christian leaders / Belisario Gadaldini -- III. Proteus / Cornelio Amalteo -- IV. [When nurturing Venus beholds the tragic ruin] / Marc Antonio Tritonio -- V. To those who died in the Holy War / Nicolo Paladino -- VI. [A city in mourning pays homage to Hector] / Alessandro Allegri -- VII. Hymn to Saint Mark and Saint Justina / Davide Podavini -- VIII. On Mustafa / Giovanni Canevari -- IX. [I am the moon; the fear of war has surrounded me] / Maffeo Galladei -- X. The council of the damned and Ali in despair / Giovanni Battista Oliva -- XI. On the painter portraying the same victory / Anonymous -- XII. On the action victory over the depraved fleet of Turks / Agostino Fortunio --XIII. To Sebastiano Venier, admiral of the Venetian fleet / Giovanni Battista Amalteo -- XIV. One hundred verses : to the city / Anonymous -- XV. [I will now sing of the happy deeds] / Anonymous -- XVI. Nautical eclogue, or The naval contest of the Christians and Turks / Giovanni Antonio Taglietti -- XVII. To the most reverend Paolo Odescalchi, Bishop of Penne and Atri / Giovanni Antonio Odescalchi -- XVIII. [The long-desired day at last dispelled the fading shadows] / Ottaviano Manini -- XIX. A shining song for the victor, John of Austria / Pompeo Arnolfini -- XX. The victory at Naupactus / Giovanni Baptista Arcucci -- XXI. Song on the victory of the Christian fleet / Guglielmo Moizio -- XXII. The song of John of Austria / Juan Latino -- Appendix I: Glossary of names and places -- Appendix II: Biographical information.

On Exile
Filelfo, Francesco, Jeroen De Keyser, and Scott W Blanchard. 2013. On Exile. Vol. 55. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 55, xxvi, 485 pages. Publisher's Version
Latin Poetry
Fracastoro, Girolamo, and James Gardner. 2013. Latin Poetry. Vol. 57. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 57, xx, 537 pages. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Syphilis, or the French disease -- Joseph -- Carmina: Alcon, or on the care of hunting dogs -- On the death of Marcantonio della Torre -- On the death of Paolo and Giulio, Fracastoro's sons -- To Daniele Rainieri, prefect of Verona -- To Giovanni Matteo Giberti, bishop of Verona -- To Marguerite Valois, queen of Navarre -- To Marcantonio Flaminio and Galeazzo Florimonte -- To Francesco della Torre of Verona -- On the death of Eriprando Madruzzo -- To Cardinal Alessandro Farnese -- To the same illustrious cardinal -- To Pope Julius III -- Fragment -- Fragment, to Giambattista della Torre -- Winter, to the same -- Spring, to the same -- Fragment, to the same -- Another fragment -- Another fragment, to the same -- Another fragment -- On the birthday of Giano Fregoso -- On the birth of a son to Vittoria Farnese -- The tomb of Francesco Maria Molza of Modena -- To Giovanni Lippomano -- On the death of Giovanni Battista da Monte -- To Giovanni Matteo Giberti -- To the same -- To the same -- To the same -- On the Marsango rivulet -- On the same -- From the end of Homocentrica -- From the book on contagious diseases -- From the same work -- From the dialogue on poetry -- From the first book on intellection -- From the same book -- At the end of the same book -- From the second book on intellection -- From the same book -- From the dialogue on the soul -- From the same dialogue: psyche -- An ancient epigram, from blending wine -- To Bacchus the conciliator -- On the flight of the emperor Charles V -- On the death of Marcantonio della Torre -- An offering of thanks to Marco Antonio Flaminio -- Fragments of a poem in praise of Giberti -- Fragment of an eclogue in praise of Giberti -- Fragment on poisons -- Fragment on poisons -- Another fragment -- Beginning of the syphilis: another version -- On the death of M. Giberti.

Marullo Tarcaniota, Michele, and Charles Fantazzi. 2012. Poems. Vol. 54. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 54, xx, 475 pages. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Epigrams -- Hymns to nature -- Poems of lament -- Miscellaneous epigrams -- The education of a prince -- Appendix: two letters of Marullus.