Pierre Schryver ou Pieter Schryver, dit en langue docte Scriverius, est un poète, historien et philologue né à Haarlem le 12 janvier 1576 et mort à Leyde le 30 avril 1660.Ce latiniste instruit, inlassable chercheur concentré sur les études au sein des sociétés savantes, vécut à Leyde. Écrivain érudit, il fut aussi un homme de paroles, un des conférenciers aujourd'hui oublié du réveil de la langue néerlandaise sous l'influence flamande venue du Sud.

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  • Pierre Schryver ou Pieter Schryver, dit en langue docte Scriverius, est un poète, historien et philologue né à Haarlem le 12 janvier 1576 et mort à Leyde le 30 avril 1660.Ce latiniste instruit, inlassable chercheur concentré sur les études au sein des sociétés savantes, vécut à Leyde. Écrivain érudit, il fut aussi un homme de paroles, un des conférenciers aujourd'hui oublié du réveil de la langue néerlandaise sous l'influence flamande venue du Sud. Il n'accepta ni emploi ni plus tard lorsqu'il fut connu pour son travail d'historien, de chaire, satisfait de suppléer selon les besoins les professeurs de collèges de l'université de Leyde.Il a laissé : Antiquitatum batavicarum tabularium, format in-quarto, 1609. Chronique de Hollande, de Zélande, de Frise et d'Utrecht, format in-quarto, Amsterdam, 1663, chronique écrite directement en hollandais. des éditions de Végèce et des autres tacticiens, Leyde, 1607. un laborieux travail d'édition complètes en lettres latines : sur Martial en 1619, sur Sénèque le tragique en 1620, sur Apulée en 1629. une édition des lettres choisies d'Érasme, en 1649. Opuscula anecdota, philologica et matrica, recueil in-quarto édité tardivement par Werterhuis, Utrecht, 1738.
  • Petrus Scriverius, the Latinized form of Peter Schrijver or Schryver (12 January 1576 – 30 April 1660), was a Dutch writer and scholar on the history of Holland and Belgium.He was born at Haarlem, and educated by Cornelis Schoneus at the University of Leiden, where he formed a close intimacy with Daniel Heinsius. In 1599 he married Anna van der Aar, and from 1611 to 1613 he was headmaster of the Latin School in Duisburg, today's Landfermann-Gymnasium. He belonged to the party of Oldenbarnevelt and Grotius, and brought down the displeasure of the government by a copy of Latin verses in honor of their friend, the Remonstrant Leiden pensionaris Rombout Hoogerbeets. Scriverius' poems were considered libelous and he was fined 200 guilders, but when the councilmen came to collect, Scriverius directed them to the kitchen to collect pots and pans, which were not worth enough money. His wife then directed the gentlemen to the books in the library, claiming that it was the books that caused her husband to write the poems, so proceeds from a book sale should pay for the fine on them. Scriverius and his wife enjoyed a long marriage of 57 years and had at least 8 children. Their portraits were painted on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary by Frans Hals.Most of his life was passed in Leiden, but in 1650 he became blind, and the last years of his life were spent in his sons house at Oudewater, where he died in 1660.He is best known as a scholar by his notes on Martial, Ausonius, the Pervigilium Veneris; editions of the poems of Joseph Justus Scaliger (Leiden, 1615), of the De re militari of Vegetius Renatus, the tragedies of Seneca (P. Scriverii collectanea veterum tragicorum, 1621), &c. His Opera anecdota, philologica, et poetica (Utrecht, 1738) was edited by A. H. Westerhovius, and his Nederduitsche Gedichten (1738) by S. Dockes.He made many valuable contributions to the history of Holland: Batavia Illustrata (4 parts, Leiden, 1609); Corte historische Beschryvinghe der Nederlandscher Oorlogen (1612); Inferioris Germaniae . . . historia (1611, 4 parts); Beschryvinghe van Out Batavien (Arnheim, 1612); Het oude Goutsche chronycxken van Hollandt, as editor, and printed at Amsterdam in 1663; and Principes Hollandiae Zelandiae et Frisiae (Haarlem, 1650), translated (1678) into Dutch by Pieter Brugman.See also Peerlkamp, Vitae Belgarum qui latina carmina scripserunt (Brussels, 1822), and J. H. Hoeufft, Parnassus latino-belgicus (Amsterdam, 1819).
  • Petrus Scriverius, a forma latinizada de Peter Schrijver ou Schryver (Amsterdã, 12 de janeiro de 1576 - Oudewater, 30 de abril de 1660), foi um escritor neerlandês e acadêmico em história nos Países Baixos e na Bélgica.Ele nasceu em Amsterdã e se formou na Universidade de Leiden, onde se tornou muito próximo de Daniel Heinsius. De 1611 até 1613 ele foi o diretor da Escola Latina em Duisburgo, hoje conhecida como Landfermann-Gymnasium. Ele pertenceu ao grupo de Johan van Oldenbarnevelt e Hugo Grócio, além de provocar o governo da época com a tradução dos versos latinos em homenagem ao seu amigo Hoogerbeets. Grande parte da sua vida ele viveu em Leiden, mas em 1650sua visão ficou comprometida e seus últimos anos de vida ele passou na casa de seus filhos em Oudewater, onde veio a falecer em 1660.Ele é conhecido pelos seus diversos trabalhos, entre eles os seus estudos realizados sobre Marcial, Ausonius, o Pervigilium Veneris, edições dos poemas de Joseph Justus Scaliger, do De re militari de Flávio Vegécio, as tragédias de Séneca (P. Scriverii collectanea veterum tragicorum, 1621). Seus trabalhos póstumos Opera anecdota, philologica, et poetica (Utrecht, 1738) foi editado por A. H. Westerhovius e Nederduitsche Gedichten (1738) por S. Dockes.Suas principais contribuições para a história dos Países Baixos são Batavia Illustrata (4 partes, Leiden, 1609); Corte historische Beschryvinghe der Nederlandscher Oorlogen (1612); Inferioris Germaniae . . . historia (1611, 4 partes); Beschryvinghe van Out Batavien (Arnheim, 1612); Het oude Goutsche chronycxken van Hollandt, como editor e impresso em Amsterdã em 1663; e Principes Hollandiae Zelandiae et Frisiae (Haarlem, 1650), traduzido (1678) para o neerlandês por Pieter Brugman.
  • Petrus Scriverius (Amsterdam, 12 januari 1576 – Oudewater, 30 april 1660) was een Nederlands oudheidkundige en filoloog. Hij woonde het grootste deel van zijn leven als onafhankelijk geleerde in Leiden.
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  • Pierre Schryver ou Pieter Schryver, dit en langue docte Scriverius, est un poète, historien et philologue né à Haarlem le 12 janvier 1576 et mort à Leyde le 30 avril 1660.Ce latiniste instruit, inlassable chercheur concentré sur les études au sein des sociétés savantes, vécut à Leyde. Écrivain érudit, il fut aussi un homme de paroles, un des conférenciers aujourd'hui oublié du réveil de la langue néerlandaise sous l'influence flamande venue du Sud.
  • Petrus Scriverius (Amsterdam, 12 januari 1576 – Oudewater, 30 april 1660) was een Nederlands oudheidkundige en filoloog. Hij woonde het grootste deel van zijn leven als onafhankelijk geleerde in Leiden.
  • Petrus Scriverius, the Latinized form of Peter Schrijver or Schryver (12 January 1576 – 30 April 1660), was a Dutch writer and scholar on the history of Holland and Belgium.He was born at Haarlem, and educated by Cornelis Schoneus at the University of Leiden, where he formed a close intimacy with Daniel Heinsius. In 1599 he married Anna van der Aar, and from 1611 to 1613 he was headmaster of the Latin School in Duisburg, today's Landfermann-Gymnasium.
  • Petrus Scriverius, a forma latinizada de Peter Schrijver ou Schryver (Amsterdã, 12 de janeiro de 1576 - Oudewater, 30 de abril de 1660), foi um escritor neerlandês e acadêmico em história nos Países Baixos e na Bélgica.Ele nasceu em Amsterdã e se formou na Universidade de Leiden, onde se tornou muito próximo de Daniel Heinsius. De 1611 até 1613 ele foi o diretor da Escola Latina em Duisburgo, hoje conhecida como Landfermann-Gymnasium.
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