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The renaissance villas on Dalmatian coast: Tvrdalj of the poet Hektorović in Stari Grad on the island of Hvar / Joško Belamarić

There is documentary evidence that at one time, in the surroundings of Dubrovnik, there stood around three hundred of Renaissance summer residences. This represents a cultural phenomenon of European importance, …

1994 Read more →

Some mediterranean components of the Croatian written and oral literature / Josip Bratulić

Croatian indented shape spreads the country throughout wide areas of the Mediterranean, Dinaric and Pannonian regions. The Mediterranean area is exceptionally interesting for its cultural peculiarities and various deeply rooted …

1999 Read more →

Miscellae Marulianae / Žarko Muljačić

The writer attempts to explain three etymological puzzles, also interesting in view of semantics and textual linguistics (these not being the last puzzles that will arouse the curiosity of analysts …

2002 Read more →

Reading verbal forms with inalterable ending in Marulić’s Judita / Iva Lukežić

Taking the Rječnik Marulićeve Judite (The Vocabulary of Marulić’s Judita) by Milan Moguš (2001) as a starting point, the author of the article offers reading language-historiacl active participles, polimorphic and …

2002 Read more →

Marko Marulić and the Lectionary by fra Bernardin Splićanin Drvodilić / Mirko Tomasović

Tomasović, M. Marko Marulić and the Lectionary by fra Bernardin Splićanin Drvodilić. // Colloquia Maruliana, 11(2002), 332-332.

2002 Read more →

Marulić and Petrarchism / Tomislav Bogdan

Bogdan, T. Marulić and Petrarchism. // Colloquia Maruliana, 11(2002), 385-385.

2002 Read more →

Marulić as he Relates to the Cultural Tradition of Rijeka / Irvin Lukežić

Lukežić, I. Marulić as he Relates to the Cultural Tradition of Rijeka. // Colloquia Maruliana 11(2002), 537-537.

2002 Read more →

On the Making of a Metaphor: Father of Croatian Art of Poetry / Ivo Frangeš

Frangeš, I. On the Making of a Metaphor: Father of Croatian Art of Poetry. // Colloquia Maruliana 11(2002), 13-13.

2002 Read more →

Marulić’s “Threestrand” Croatian Language / Milan Moguš

Moguš, M. Marulić’s “Threestrand” Croatian Language. // Colloquia Maruliana 11(2002), 20-20.

2002 Read more →

Irony and Sarcasm in Marulić / Branimir Glavičić

Glavičić, B. Irony and Sarcasm in Marulić. // Colloquia Maruliana 11(2002), 369-369.

2002 Read more →

Marulić’s Private Letters: Selection of Language as Means of Diaphasic and Diastratic Differentiation / Smiljka Malinar

We are here dealing with certain aspects relevant in the socio-linguistic context of a rather recently discovered segment of Marulić’s prose, providing an array of interesting information about the circumstances …

2004 Read more →

Marko Marulić’s Croatian Poetry in English in the Light of Umberto Eco’s Theory of Translation / Vladimir Bubrin

Bubrin, V. Marko Marulić’s Croatian Poetry in English in the Light of Umberto Eco’s Theory of Translation. // Colloquia Maruliana 16(2007), 205-217.

2007 Read more →

Susanna / Marko Marulić, translated by Vladimir Bubrin

Marko Marulić, translated by Vladimir Bubrin. Susanna. // Colloquia Maruliana 16(2007), 219-238. 

2007 Read more →

The Mouse, the Frog, and the Unidentified Flying Object: Metaphors for »Empires« in the Latin Works of the Croatian Humanist Marcus Marulus and of the German Humanist Ulrich von Hutten / Franz Posset

The dominant power in the Middle Ages was the “Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation” referred to by Ulrich von Hutten in terms of Aesop’s fable as the Eagle, …

2008 Read more →

Open Letter of a Croatian Lay Theologian to a »German« Pope: Marko Marulić to Adrian VI / Franz Posset

Posset, F. Open Letter of a Croatian Lay Theologian to a »German« Pope: Marko Marulić to Adrian VI. // Colloquia Maruliana 18(2009), 135-157.

2009 Read more →

The Illustrated Biblia cum comento from the Library of the Father of Croatian Literature, with Samples of his Marginalia / Franz Posset

he paper offers an introduction to Marcus Marulus and his Latin Bible from his library – in the cultural-historical context of contemporary libraries. Marulus always remained a man of books …

2010 Read more →

Marko Marulić and the British Library / Milan Grba

“The objective of this paper is to use new data to supplement previous research into Marulić’s works in British libraries, as well as to describe the provenance of some of …

2011 Read more →

Marulus as a neo-Latin writer / Johann Ramminger

The Latin of M. semantically adheres closely to the norms of classical Latin; thus in prose paraphrases of the gospel unclassical features are replaced with colloquial expressions from early Latin …

2011 Read more →

Henry VIII and Marko Marulić’s Evangelistarium / Andrea Clarke

This paper examines Henry VIII’s ownership and reading of Marko Marulić’s Evangelistarium. In order to explain the context in which the Evangelistarium entered the Royal Library, the first part of …

2011 Read more →

Psychologia – the birth of a new scientific context / Riccardo Luccio

The use of the term soul was banned from the psychological vocabulary, at least since Angell’s famous interdict in 1911. This paper examines the various stages of the constitution of …

2013 Read more →

Two Faces of Marko Marulić: A Dual Attitude to the Ancient Heritage / Branko Jozić

Marulić is a writer at the watershed of ages and worlds, inhabiting a world of divergent cultural and social tendencies. Two traditions, the Christian and the Ancient, jointly underpin his …

2014 Read more →

The ‘Rock’. Marcus Marulus’ Theological Patrimony Concerning the Interpretation of »You are Peter and upon this Rock i Will Build my Church« / Franz Posset

The lay theologian of Split, Marcus Marulus (1450-1524), shows a distinctive interest in the patrimony not only of the Church Fathers and the Sacred Scriptures but also of classical, pagan …

2014 Read more →

Ioannes Dantiscus and the Croatian Humanists Jakov Banićević and Marko Marulić / Anna Skolimowska

The acquaintance of two humanists, a diplomat in the service of Polish kings Ioannes Dantiscus (1485-1548) and imperial secretary Jakov Banićević (1466-1532), is documented in their correspondence, of which just …

2015 Read more →

St. Jerome in Croatian Latinity of Renaissance Period / Pavao Knezović

In the works of our Latinists of the Renaissance period, St. Jerome is most commonly referred to as an authority and a teacher (N. Modruški, D. Buća, B. Zane M. …

2015 Read more →

Miroslav Krleža’s assessment of Marko Marulić and his opus / Davor Balić

The critical observations and remarks that Miroslav Krleža (1893‒1981) made on the Renaissance thinker Marko Marulić (1450–1524) may be traced throughout Krleža’s work, from 1926 to his last days in …

2016 Read more →

Marci Maruli Evangelistarium – vetera & nova: Marking the Fifth Centenary of the Edition (1516-2016) / Branko Jozić

The Evangelistarium is considered to be the most mature and most important work of moral theology of the Split humanist, one that, alongside the De institutione bene vivendi, made his …

2017 Read more →