Antonio Sebastiano Minturno (1500–1574) was an Italian poet and critic, and Bishop of Ugento. His influential literary theories were largely Aristotelian. He was born at Minturno, then part of the Kingdom of Naples. The dialogue Minturno, ovvero de la bellezza ("Minturno, or On Beauty", 1592-3) by Torquato Tasso is dedicated to him. He died at Crotone in 1574.

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  • Antonio Sebastiano Minturno, latinisiert Antonius Sebastianus Minturnus (* 1500 in Traietto (Minturno); † 1574 in Crotone), war ein italienischer Bischof, Literat und Humanist. Minturno studierte Philosophie bei Agostino Nifo. Um 1559 war er Bischof von Ugento in Apulien und nahm in dieser Funktion am Konzil von Trient teil. Ab 1565 war er Bischof von Crotone in Kalabrien. Er ist bekannt als Verfasser einer in italienischer Sprache verfassten Poetik (L'arte poetica, 1564), eine äußerst vollständige Diskussion bisheriger Dichtungs- und Dramentheorien, ein Werk, das stark von Aristoteles und Horaz beeinflusst ist, obwohl Minturno auch selbst etwas zu sagen hat. (de)
  • Antonio Sebastiani Minturno (Traetto, 1500 - Crotona, c. 1574), humanista, poeta, erudito, crítico literario y obispo italiano, autor de una famosa e influyente Arte poética. (es)
  • Анто́нио Минту́рно (итал. Antonio Minturno, 1500, Траетто — 1574, Кротон) — итальянский писатель-гуманист. (ru)
  • Antonio Sebastiano Minturno (1500–1574) was an Italian poet and critic, and Bishop of Ugento. His influential literary theories were largely Aristotelian. He was born at Minturno, then part of the Kingdom of Naples. He wrote three collections of poems in Latin: Carmina (1548), Poemata (1562), and Poemata Tridentina (1564, written during the Council of Trent). He intensely admired the sonnets of Petrarch. In Italian he wrote the critical work De Poeta (1559), a lengthy dialogue which repeats the old idea of tragedy as a lesson to the audience on the transience of worldly things, and as a method of spiritual purgation. It is prescriptive in tone and assumes poetry to be essentially imitative. The functions of the tragedian are to delight, to teach and to move: delectare, docere, movere. The dialogue Minturno, ovvero de la bellezza ("Minturno, or On Beauty", 1592-3) by Torquato Tasso is dedicated to him. He died at Crotone in 1574. (en)
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  • Antonio Sebastiani Minturno (Traetto, 1500 - Crotona, c. 1574), humanista, poeta, erudito, crítico literario y obispo italiano, autor de una famosa e influyente Arte poética. (es)
  • Анто́нио Минту́рно (итал. Antonio Minturno, 1500, Траетто — 1574, Кротон) — итальянский писатель-гуманист. (ru)
  • Antonio Sebastiano Minturno, latinisiert Antonius Sebastianus Minturnus (* 1500 in Traietto (Minturno); † 1574 in Crotone), war ein italienischer Bischof, Literat und Humanist. Minturno studierte Philosophie bei Agostino Nifo. Um 1559 war er Bischof von Ugento in Apulien und nahm in dieser Funktion am Konzil von Trient teil. Ab 1565 war er Bischof von Crotone in Kalabrien. (de)
  • Antonio Sebastiano Minturno (1500–1574) was an Italian poet and critic, and Bishop of Ugento. His influential literary theories were largely Aristotelian. He was born at Minturno, then part of the Kingdom of Naples. The dialogue Minturno, ovvero de la bellezza ("Minturno, or On Beauty", 1592-3) by Torquato Tasso is dedicated to him. He died at Crotone in 1574. (en)
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