“Traje português” e Historiografia Novilatina: Damião de Góis e Jerónimo Osório como excepções ao perfil do relutante historiador humanista português

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Abstract

The publication of De rebus Emmanuelis Gestis, by royal command, was a crucial move against the Portuguese humanists’ entrenched unwillingness to engage in the writing of history. However, Damião de Góis, the author of the original text, was notable for his avoidance of what Camões called ‘apagada e vil tristeza’, because of his passionate temperament and international experience.
Original languagePortuguese
Title of host publicationO Humanismo Português e Europeu
Subtitle of host publicationno 5.º centenário do Cicero Lusitanus, Jerónimo Osório (1515-1580)
EditorsCristina Pimentel, Sebastião Tavares de Pinho, Maria Luísa Resende, Madalena Brito, Margarida Miranda
Place of PublicationCoimbra
PublisherImprensa da Universidade de Coimbra
Pages381-397
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)9789892619323
ISBN (Print)9789892619316, 9789729376311
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Jerónimo Osório
  • Damião de Góis
  • Portuguese Expansion
  • Humanistic historiography

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