Conrad Celtes

Epitaph of Conrad Celtes, [[woodcut]] by [[Hans Burgkmair]], 1507 Conrad Celtes (; ; 1 February 1459 – 4 February 1508) was a German humanist scholar and poet of the German Renaissance born in the Free State of Bavaria. He led the theatrical performances at the Viennese court and reformed the syllabi. In 1500, he published Tacitus' "Germania" and his rediscovered works (e.g. Hrotsvit von Gandersheim, 1501) and wrote the "Quatuor libri amorum" in 1500, after the model of Ovid. Provided by Wikipedia
1
by Celtis, Konrad 1459-1508
Published 1492
kostenfrei
eBook
2
by Celtis, Konrad 1459-1508
Published 1492
Book
3
by Celtis, Konrad 1459-1508
Published 1500
Get full text
eBook
4
by Celtis, Konrad 1459-1508
Published 1500
Get full text
eBook
5
by Hrotsvit, von Gandersheim
Published 1501
Other Authors: '; ...Celtis, Konrad, 1459-1508...
Book
6
Published 1501
Other Authors: '; ...Celtis, Konrad 1459-1508...
Sonderkatalog Opera poetica Basiliensia
Digitalisat in e-rara
eBook
8
Other Authors: '; ...Celtis, Konrad, 1459-1508...
Book
10
Other Authors: '; ...Celtis, Konrad 1459-1508...
Book
11
by Celtis, Konrad 1459-1508
Published 1502
Book
14
by Celtis, Konrad 1459-1508
Published 1502
Book
15
by Celtis, Konrad 1459-1508
Published 1502
Other Authors: '; ...Celtis, Konrad 1459-1508...
Book
16
by Celtis, Konrad 1459-1508
Published 1502
Book
20
Published 1511
Other Authors: '; ...Celtis, Konrad, 1459-1508....
Book