hrcak mascot   Srce   HID

Izvorni znanstveni članak

Ivan Polikarp Severtian Barbula

Krešimi Čvrljak ; Arhiv Hrvatske, Zagreb, Hrvatska

Puni tekst: hrvatski, PDF (5 MB) str. 177-217 preuzimanja: 400* citiraj
APA 6th Edition
Čvrljak, K. (1986). Humanist, polihistor i filozof Ivan Polikarp Severitan Barbula Šibenčanin i njegov komentar Seneki pogrešno atribuiranih etičkih distiha Dionizija Katona. Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine, 12. (1-2 (23-24)), 177-217. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/85912
MLA 8th Edition
Čvrljak, Krešimi. "Humanist, polihistor i filozof Ivan Polikarp Severitan Barbula Šibenčanin i njegov komentar Seneki pogrešno atribuiranih etičkih distiha Dionizija Katona." Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine, vol. 12., br. 1-2 (23-24), 1986, str. 177-217. https://hrcak.srce.hr/85912. Citirano 28.05.2020.
Chicago 17th Edition
Čvrljak, Krešimi. "Humanist, polihistor i filozof Ivan Polikarp Severitan Barbula Šibenčanin i njegov komentar Seneki pogrešno atribuiranih etičkih distiha Dionizija Katona." Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine 12., br. 1-2 (23-24) (1986): 177-217. https://hrcak.srce.hr/85912
Harvard
Čvrljak, K. (1986). 'Humanist, polihistor i filozof Ivan Polikarp Severitan Barbula Šibenčanin i njegov komentar Seneki pogrešno atribuiranih etičkih distiha Dionizija Katona', Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine, 12.(1-2 (23-24)), str. 177-217. Preuzeto s: https://hrcak.srce.hr/85912 (Datum pristupa: 28.05.2020.)
Vancouver
Čvrljak K. Humanist, polihistor i filozof Ivan Polikarp Severitan Barbula Šibenčanin i njegov komentar Seneki pogrešno atribuiranih etičkih distiha Dionizija Katona. Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine [Internet]. 1986 [pristupljeno 28.05.2020.];12.(1-2 (23-24)):177-217. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/85912
IEEE
K. Čvrljak, "Humanist, polihistor i filozof Ivan Polikarp Severitan Barbula Šibenčanin i njegov komentar Seneki pogrešno atribuiranih etičkih distiha Dionizija Katona", Prilozi za istraživanje hrvatske filozofske baštine, vol.12., br. 1-2 (23-24), str. 177-217, 1986. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/85912. [Citirano: 28.05.2020.]

Sažetak
Šibenik, one of the mast prominant focal points of culture along the Croatian coast in the 15th and 16th centuries, gave literary and philosophical Humanism one of its greatest names: Ivan Polikarp Severitan Barbula, or Barbetta Šibenčanin (Ioannes Policarpus Seviritanus). His city and year of birth (1472) are known, but not, at least at present, the year he died, or the place or city in which he died. Even the thought of his city was enough to move him deeply, he was proud o it, but also irate. He left Šibenik, to return later and spend quite a hit of time there. He studied in Italy, and taught those in Šibenik who didn't care much for serious knowledge. He spent some time at the court of King Matthias Corvinus, in the company of a few Croatian Humanists. More powerful and exalted Humanist motives took him from Corvinus’s court at Budim. He put his enviable mental powers to the service of more noble goals: he transmitted his fervor for all that is beatiful, exalted, supremely spiritual and wise, especially Antiquity, to the younger generations. He taught both in Šibenik and in the Italian city of Sulmoni. He was a spiritual and educated follower of the Oridinis praedicatorum. And he did not forget to record for eternity the thoughts that filled his spirit and mind. He wrote an entire series of works, of which some, with the full support of rich patrons and friends, he even succeeded in publishing. Hi's works are:
1. ... Ad illustrem Guidobaldum Ruerium.... Feretreidos libri tres. Venetiis, impressum per Joannem Franciscum et Joannem Antonium fratres de Rusconibus, 1522. 80 sign. A - C. BN Paris Y c. 12384.
2 .... Ad illustrem Guidobaldum Ruerium ... Solimaidos libri tres. Venetiis, Per Joannem et fratrem cius, filios Georgii de Ruseonibus, 1522. 80.Sign A - C. BN Paris Res. p. Yc. 1560.
3. Dionisii Appollonii Donati de octo orationis partibus libri octo ad novam et optimam Umam deducti et Senecae lunioris Ethycorum libri quattuor cum commentariis m. lo. Policarpi Severitani Sibenicensis. // Perusilae, Per cosmum cognomine Blanchinum Veronensem, 1517. // 80 144 f. NSBZ R II F – 80 - 309K JAZU R 525.
4. Dionisii Appollonii Donati De octo orationis partibus libri octo... et Senecae jun. Catonis ... Ethycorum libri quattuor, cum commentariis. Mediolani, Per Augustinum de Vicomercato, ad instantiam Joannis Jacobi et fratribus de Legnano, 1520. 40 130 f. BN PaI1is Res. X. 794.
5. . .. Grammatices horisticae, methodicae et exegeticae libri tres De arte metrica libellus cum Arte retrogradi carminis opus. // Perusiae, Apud Leonem per Cosmum oognomine Blanchinum Veronensem, 1518. // 80 (Sine pag.) NSBZ R II F - 80 - 197.
6. Monoregiae ex qua conjicitur totius humanae vitae modus, libri quatuor. // Venetiis, Per Joannem Franciscum et fratrem eius filii quondam Georgid de Rusoonibus, 1522. //
7. Oratio p. Jo. Policarpi Sicensis Dalmatae Calugaritani ad Serenissimim Joannem, reginam utriusque Sicilie pro ejus ad Sulmonenses adventu felicissimo habita Sulmone ... Opusculum de retrogradi natura carminis. (s. 1.), 1513.
8. ... Solimaidos libri tres. Romae, Arte Stephani. Quillireti, impensis ...Joannis de Vina Nova, 1509.
His name is mentioned by almost all his contemporaries. Some refer to him as a poet (poeta laureatus), others as an historian (magnus historicus), and his later acquaintances as a philosopher. There is quite a bit of confusion .on his brithdate, name and .origins, that he himself aggrevated. As far as bis lost History of Dalmatia is concerned, it is said that he wrote it 12 years before he was born, or when he had hardly reached the age of 8. Enea Silvio Piccolomini, later Pope Pious II is alleged to have praised him warmly, but this pope died eight years before Barbula was born.

Hrčak ID: 85912

URI
https://hrcak.srce.hr/85912

[hrvatski]

Posjeta: 757 *