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This index presents a list of names of authors of books relevant to the foundation of authorship in the neo-Latin literature. The neo-Latin literature is the question of the history of knowledge and learning. It forms an extremely rich store of knowledge in the different areas of intellectual, political, religious and practical life in the period of 1350-1650, and provides a wide range of text types such as the lyric poem, professional technical treatise and epic to diplomats report. Enenkel shows that rituals linked to the ceremonial of ruling, played a fundamental role, for example, the ritual presentation of a book or the crowning of a poet. Furthermore Enenkel establishes a series of qualifications for entry to the Respublica litteraria, with which the authors of books announced their claims to authorship. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: authorship; lyric poem; neo-Latin literature; professional technical treatise; Respublica litteraria



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