Maffeo Vegio (en latin Maphaeus Vegius) (né en 1406 ou en 1407 à Lodi et mort à Rome en 1458) est un écrivain humaniste italien du XVe siècle qui écrit en latin. Il est l’auteur de poèmes épiques, de textes religieux, d’un traité d’éducation, ainsi que d’une continuation de l’Énéide de Virgile.↑ Son année de naissance n'est pas certaine.

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  • Maffeo Vegio (en latin Maphaeus Vegius) (né en 1406 ou en 1407 à Lodi et mort à Rome en 1458) est un écrivain humaniste italien du XVe siècle qui écrit en latin. Il est l’auteur de poèmes épiques, de textes religieux, d’un traité d’éducation, ainsi que d’une continuation de l’Énéide de Virgile.
  • Maffeo Vegio (Lodi, 1406/1407-Roma, 1458) humanista y escritor italiano del siglo XV.
  • Maffeo Vegio (auch lateinisch Mapheus Vegius; * 1407 in Lodi; † 1458 in Rom) war ein italienischer Dichter und Autor des humanistischen Lateins.Vegio studierte in Mailand und Pavia und ging dann nach Rom, wo er unter Martin V. und Eugen IV. dem päpstlichen Hof angehörte. Er schrieb mit Aeneidos Liber XIII ein „dreizehntes Buch“ als Ergänzung zu Vergils Aeneis (1428 in Pavia entstanden) sowie die mythologischen Epen Astyanax und Vellus Aureum. Am bekanntesten wurde seine pädagogische Abhandlung „De educatione liberorum“ (1445-1448), in der er humanistische Gedanken mit christlichen Idealen verband. Außerdem verfasste Vegio Bücher über Archäologie und Etymologie.
  • Maffeo Vegio (1407-1458) (* Lodi, c1407 - Roma, 1458), foi Humanista, latinista, moralista, educador, filólogo, arqueólogo, autor de poemas épicos, textos religiosos e tradutor de autores clássicos. Foi professor da Universidade de Pavia e secretário dos papas Eugênio IV, Nicolau V e Pio II. Educador, poeta e autor prolífico, imbuiu-se da verve humanística e da santidade da religiosidade em prol da fé cristã.
  • Maffeo Vegio (Lodi, 1407 – Roma, 1458) è stato un umanista italiano.
  • Maffeo Vegio (Latin: Maphaeus Vegius) (1407–1458) was an Italian poet who wrote in Latin; he is regarded by many as the finest Latin poet of the fifteenth-century. Born near Lodi, he studied at the University of Pavia, and went on to write some fifty works of both prose and poetry.His greatest reputation came as the writer of brief epics, the most famous of which was his continuation of Virgil's Aeneid, known variously as the Supplementum (Supplement) or Aeneidos Liber XIII (Book 13 of the Aeneid). Completed in 1428, this 600-line poem starts immediately after the end of Virgil's epic, and describes Aeneas's marriage to Lavinia and his eventual deification. It is elegantly written, and its combination of classical learning and piety made it very popular in its day; it was often included in editions of the Aeneid in the fifteenth and sixteenth-centuries. An electronic text can be found at the Latin Library.Vegio also wrote an epic Astyanax (1430), on the death of the son of Hector, prince of Troy, and a four-book epic Vellus Aureum (the Golden Fleece) (1431). During 1436-37 he completed his epic on the life of the Christian Saint Anthony, the Antoniad. Michael C. J. Putnam edited and translated Vegio's Short Epics for the I Tatti Renaissance Library (Harvard University Press).Vegio flattered his way into the papal court, and was made canon of St. Peter's Basilica in 1443; it was an office he held until his death in 1458.Some of Vegio's poems were later set as motets by renaissance composers - an example being Huc me sidereo, set by Josquin, Jacobus Vaet, Orlando Di Lasso and the first motet of Adrian Willaert's 1559 Musica Nova collection.
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  • Maffeo Vegio (en latin Maphaeus Vegius) (né en 1406 ou en 1407 à Lodi et mort à Rome en 1458) est un écrivain humaniste italien du XVe siècle qui écrit en latin. Il est l’auteur de poèmes épiques, de textes religieux, d’un traité d’éducation, ainsi que d’une continuation de l’Énéide de Virgile.↑ Son année de naissance n'est pas certaine.
  • Maffeo Vegio (Lodi, 1406/1407-Roma, 1458) humanista y escritor italiano del siglo XV.
  • Maffeo Vegio (1407-1458) (* Lodi, c1407 - Roma, 1458), foi Humanista, latinista, moralista, educador, filólogo, arqueólogo, autor de poemas épicos, textos religiosos e tradutor de autores clássicos. Foi professor da Universidade de Pavia e secretário dos papas Eugênio IV, Nicolau V e Pio II. Educador, poeta e autor prolífico, imbuiu-se da verve humanística e da santidade da religiosidade em prol da fé cristã.
  • Maffeo Vegio (Lodi, 1407 – Roma, 1458) è stato un umanista italiano.
  • Maffeo Vegio (Latin: Maphaeus Vegius) (1407–1458) was an Italian poet who wrote in Latin; he is regarded by many as the finest Latin poet of the fifteenth-century.
  • Maffeo Vegio (auch lateinisch Mapheus Vegius; * 1407 in Lodi; † 1458 in Rom) war ein italienischer Dichter und Autor des humanistischen Lateins.Vegio studierte in Mailand und Pavia und ging dann nach Rom, wo er unter Martin V. und Eugen IV. dem päpstlichen Hof angehörte. Er schrieb mit Aeneidos Liber XIII ein „dreizehntes Buch“ als Ergänzung zu Vergils Aeneis (1428 in Pavia entstanden) sowie die mythologischen Epen Astyanax und Vellus Aureum.
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