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Émile Picot, secrétaire du prince de Roumanie : Correspondance de Bucarest (1866-1867)

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ISBN: 9782858313419 DOI: 10.4000/books.pressesinalco.32456 Language: French
Publisher: Presses de l’Inalco
Subject: History
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Connu dans le monde savant français pour ses talents de bibliographe et comme spécialiste du théâtre médiéval, Émile Picot fut aussi le premier professeur de roumain à l’École des langues orientales entre 1875 et 1909. C’est un événement historique important qui l’a amené à Bucarest en 1866 : l’arrivée sur le trône des Principautés roumaines du prince Charles de Hohenzollern, dont le jeune Picot devient alors le secrétaire français. Ses lettres privées, en majeure partie inédites, relatent les circonstances et le déroulement de sa mission, témoignent de la vie politique et culturelle roumaine de l’époque, éclairent l’implication française dans cet épisode de la question d’Orient et nous font connaître la personnalité du prince de Roumanie mais aussi celle du futur savant français découvrant alors les confins danubiens.

The Correspondence of Wolfgang Capito

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ISBN: 9781487511425 Year: Pages: 546 DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_604623 Language: English
Publisher: University of Toronto Press Grant: Knowledge Unlatched
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Wolfgang Capito (1478–1541), a leading Christian Hebraist and Catholic churchman who converted to Protestantism, was a pivotal figure in the history of the Reformation. After serving as a professor of theology in Basel and adviser to the archbishop of Mainz, he moved to Strasbourg, which became, largely due to his efforts, one of the most important centres of the Reformation movement after Wittenberg. This penultimate volume in the series is a fully annotated translation of Capito’s existing correspondence covering the years 1532–36 and culminating in the Wittenberg Concord between the Lutheran and Reformed churches. The correspondence includes Capito’s efforts, alongside those of his colleague Martin Bucer, to negotiate that compromise. Other letters deal with local, political, financial, and doctrinal questions, as well as Capito’s personal life. The letters demonstrate the importance of Capito and his colleagues in providing advice in matters concerning the churches in southern Germany and Switzerland, but also regarding the evangelicals in neighbouring France. Milton Kooistra’s annotation provides historical context by identifying classical, patristic, and biblical quotations as well as persons and places. Continuing in the series’ tradition of rigorous scholarship, this volume provides crucial details on the evolution of Capito’s thought and its contribution to the Reformation movement. This title was made Open Access by libraries from around the world through Knowledge Unlatched.

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