Antonio Riccoboni, who taught rhetoric at the University of Padua, was a humanist, historiographer (Commentarius de historia liber, 1568; De gymnasio patavino, 1598), and the author of translations and commentaries concerning Aristotle’s Ethics, Rhetoric and Poetics; as regards this latter work in particular, he offered an original interpretation focusing on the importance of the fabula. He was also involved in philological debates (on the attribution of a Consolatio to Cicero and on the interpretation of Horace’s Ars Poetica), wherein he was notable for his philological training and astute critical judgement.

Riccoboni, Antonio

Alessio Cotugno
2018

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Antonio Riccoboni, who taught rhetoric at the University of Padua, was a humanist, historiographer (Commentarius de historia liber, 1568; De gymnasio patavino, 1598), and the author of translations and commentaries concerning Aristotle’s Ethics, Rhetoric and Poetics; as regards this latter work in particular, he offered an original interpretation focusing on the importance of the fabula. He was also involved in philological debates (on the attribution of a Consolatio to Cicero and on the interpretation of Horace’s Ars Poetica), wherein he was notable for his philological training and astute critical judgement.
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