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  Joachim Camerarius (Scholar) - LoveToKnow 1911
JOACHIM CAMERARIUS (150o - 1574), German classical scholar, was born at Bamberg on the 12th of April 150o.
His family name was Liebhard, but he was generally called Kammermeister, previous members of his family having held the office of chamberlain (camerarius) to the bishops of Bamberg.
He studied at Leipzig, Erfurt and Wittenberg, where he became intimate with Melanchthon.
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 Joachim Camerarius - LoveToKnow 1911
There is more than one meaning of Joachim Camerarius discussed in the 1911 Encyclopedia.
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 New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, Vol. II: Basilica - Chambers | Christian Classics Ethereal ...
Although Camerarius took part in the ecclesiastical dissensions of the time, his chief importance lies in the field of humanism and pedagogics.
Camerarius also edited (though badly) the letters of Melanchthon (Leipsic, 1569), and rendered great services to historical research by his collection of letters from the time of the Reformation, which was continued by his son.
Bibliography: E. Bezzel, Joachim Camerarius, Nuremberg, 1793; H. Kämmel, Joachim Camerarius in Nürnberg, Zittau, 1862; F. Seckt, Ueber einige theologischen Schriften des J. Camerarius, Berlin, 1888; KL, ii.
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 Herbal In Switzerland
He sold everything to Joachim Camerarius the younger, with the proviso that the purchaser should make himself responsible for the publication.
Camerarius failed to fulfil the spirit of this obligation.
Finally, about a hundred and fifty years after the death of Camerarius, Gesner's drawings and blocks came into the possession of the eighteenth-century botanist and bibliographer, Christoph Jacob Trew, who published them, thus giving Gesner his due so far as was possible at that late date.
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 The Galileo Project
It seems clear that Joachim Camerarius, whom Coiter had known as a student in Italy, engineered this appointment.
Joachim Camerarius was apparently responsible for Coiter's appointment in Nürnberg.
He associated with Camerarius, Georg Palm, Heinrich Wolff, Melchior Ayrer, Franz Renner and Thomas Esastus when he was at Nürnberg.
galileo.rice.edu /Catalog/NewFiles/coiter.html   (464 words)

 Joachim Camerarius - Narratio de Helio Eobano Hesso / Das Leben des Dichters Helius Eobanus Hessus - Perlentaucher.de, ...
Mit Joachim Camerarius' deutsch-lateinischem Werk "Narratio de Helio Eobano Hesso / Das Leben des Dichters Helius Eobanus Hessus" wird "ein spannendes Stück europäischer Identitätsgeschichte" vorgeführt, urteilt Wolfgang Neuber.
Deutlich wird anhand des Buches, das aus dem Jahre 1553 datiert, dass es die Gesellschaft und die Freunde seien, "die das moderne Individuum profilieren" - und insofern sei es nicht nur für ein akademisches Publikum interessant.
Camerarius erzählt die Geschichte seines Freundes Helius Eobanus Hessus als ein "ständiges Zwiegespräch mit Adam Krafft, einem weiteren Humanisten und Freund".
www.perlentaucher.de /buch/18176.html   (321 words)

 Rheticus biography
Georg Joachim von Lauchen Rheticus's father, Georg Iserin, was the town doctor in Feldkirch and also a government official.
He then visited Peter Apianus in Ingolstadt, next Joachim Camerarius in Tübingen and then he fitted in a visit to his home town of Feldkirch to visit Achilles Gasser whom he presented with a copy of Sacrobosco.
Joachim Camerarius, who was head of the University of Tübingen, working with Melanchthon, arranged for Rheticus to be offered a post at the University of Leipzig.
www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk /~history/Biographies/Rheticus.html   (1445 words)

 Commentarii utriusque lingua, hoc est, diligens exquisitio nominum, quibus partes corporis humani appellari solent . . ...
Camerarius was a classical scholar from Bamberg in southern Germany who edited, translated and annotated many classical authors including Homer, Sophocles, Cicero and Plautus; he also wrote poetry and was the author of works on grammar and style.
Some of his literary output was severely criticised by Erasmus to which Camerarius replied in a pamphlet published in 1535 that all great men had occasionally made mistakes.
This work is written in a mixture of Greek and Latin, with the numerous medical terms being given in both languages.
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 DÜRER, Albrecht, De Sym[m]etria partium in rectis formis hu[m]anorum corporum, Libri in latinum conversi. Nuremberg, ...
This comprises the highly influential translation of Camerarius of all books of the Vier Bücher von menschlicher Proportion (Nuremberg 1528), which 'should, of course, accompany each other, but [because of their different dates of publication] they are often found apart and separately bound' (Fairfax Murray).
Joachim Camerarius (the elder), a devoted classical scholar, translated both texts, after Dürer's friend Willibald Pirckheimer had abandoned his attempt.
Camerarius' translation ensured the popularity of Dürer's theoretical work throughout Europe.
www.polybiblio.com /watbooks/1714.html   (948 words)

 Learn more about Georg Joachim Rheticus in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Georg Joachim von Lauchen Rheticus was born in 1514 at Feldkirch, Austria and died in 1574 at Kosice, Hungary.
He was a cartographer, navigational and other instrument maker, medical practitioner, teacher.
From there to Peter Apianus in Ingolstadt and Joachim Camerarius in Tübingen, then to Achilles Gasser in his hometown.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /g/ge/georg_joachim_rheticus.html   (588 words)

 The Galileo Project
Along with Melanchton and not always separable from his efforts were the efforts of Joachim Camerarius, who was head of the university at Tuebingen, and was responsible for the offer from Leipzig.
During the dispute over his sister's inheritance Rheticus dedicated his edition of Werner to Kaiser Ferdinand, perhaps in an attempt to influence the Kaiser, who was involved in the dispute.
He corresponded with (among others): Joachim Camerarius (elder and younger), Kaspar Peucer, Viet Winsheim, Taddeus Hayck, Conrad Gesner, Pierre Ramus, and Crato.
galileo.rice.edu /Catalog/NewFiles/rheticus.html   (1286 words)

 Georg Joachim Rheticus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was a mathematician, cartographer, navigational and other instrument maker, medical practitioner, and teacher.
On the way he first went to Nuremberg and visited the publisher Johannes Schöner and the printer Petreius.
The First Copernican: Georg Joachim Rheticus and the Rise of the Copernican Revolution.
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 Octavo Editions: Dürer De Symmetria
A modern reader may find it difficult to see how Dürer’s decision to publish his books in German was a problem for Renaissance humanists.
Yet even Erasmus qualified his praise of Underweysung der Messung with the observation that the otherwise excellent book was written in the vernacular.
Camerarius’ Latin translation, illustrated using the original woodblocks, was the foundation of the international reception of Dürer’s writings.
www.octavo.com /editions/duruwm   (759 words)

 Showcases - Landmarks in Printing :: Hortus Eystettensis
The garden was begun in 1596 to designs by Joachim Camerarius, a physician and botanist.
When Camerarius died two years later, the bishop turned to Basilius Besler, an apothecary in Nürnberg, for guidance on the purchase of specimens for the garden.
As an apothecary, Besler had a good working knowledge of botany through the plants he used to make ointments and medicines.
www.bl.uk /onlinegallery/themes/landmarks/hortus.html   (1450 words)

 History of Horticulture - Camerarius, Joachin, The Younger 1543-1598   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Camerarius was early attracted to botany and studies at several universities.
He also took a doctor's degree in medicine at Bologna and was acquainted with Andrea Cesalpino.
Additional information about Joachim Camerarius may be found on the Internet.
www.hcs.ohio-state.edu:16080 /hort/history/042.html   (104 words)

 Amazon.com: "Joachim Camerarius": Key Phrase page
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 Joachim Camerarius The Younger Posters Prints - Amaranthus Tricolor Art Art Print - Artist: Joachim Camerarius The ...
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 Conditorum: Gallica Rose
The rose was reintroduced in 1889 by the botanist Dieck de Zochen.
François Joyaux believes the rose was also known as Zuckerrosen, an ancient rose that was cited by the botanist Joachim Camerarius (1534-1598), which corresponds to Parkinson's Rosa hungarica.
The golden stamens look like jewels decorated and partially hidden by the rich, velvety, ruby-red colored petals.
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 [CAMERARIUS, Joachim, the elder]., Oratio habita Lipsiae ad funus illustrissimi principis Mauricii, ducis Saxonum ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He is still known today for his work on rhetoric, his Commentarii linguae Graecae et Latinae, Basel, 1551, and his posthumous Epistolae familiares.
His son, Joachim the younger, was the celebrated doctor and botanist.
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 Philadelphia Rare Books and Manuscripts: Bindings   (Site not responding. Last check: )
•  Three first editions, all uncommon: Joachim Camerarius the elder’s life of the German neo-Latin poet Helius Eobanus Hessus (1488–1540), followed by books two and three of Hessus’s correspondence as edited by Camerarius.
Contemporary alum-tawed pigskin, dated 1567 in blind; binding with bevelled edges, covers blind-embossed using rolls: faith, hope, justice, and charity.
This Roman breviary was Part III of a four-part set.
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 HA 505/705 Dürer & Goltzius Bibliography
An Essay in the Rhetoric of Description by Joachim Camerarius." In: Frank Baron, ed., Joachim Camerarius (1500-1574) Beiträge zur Geschichte des Humanismus im Zeitalter der Reformation / Essays on the History of Humanism During the Reformation.
Saturn and Melancholy / Studies in the History of Natural Philosophy, Religion and Art.
Humanist Biography as Art Criticism." In: Frank Baron, ed., Joachim Camerarius (1500-1574) Beiträge zur Geschichte des Humanismus im Zeitalter der Reformation / Essays on the History of Humanism During the Reformation.
www2.ku.edu /~sma/virtuosity/virtuositybib.htm   (1509 words)

 Camerarius-Florilegium   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The illustrations are stylistically so uniform that at the most two artists can have been involved.
The attribution of the Florilegium to Joachim Camerarius is problematic.
Surprisingly the book contains no reference to the owner.»
www.haraldfischerverlag.de /hfv/Digital/camerarius_engl.htm   (127 words)

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