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Panvinio, Onofrio

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Panvinio, Onofrio

Onofrio Panvinio

  • 1530–1568, from Verona
  • Though he seems to have been too young to be an active member of the Accademia, he later claimed that it was Matal's inspiration who led him to his very successful and productive studies of Antiquity. Therefore, he may be named in this list, because it seems plausible, that at least parts of his own work go back to that of Matal and the Accademia before.
  • [Heuser 2003: 98]
    • about the friendship between Matal and Panvinio: [Ferrary 1992: Correspondence: 221f.]; [Cooper 1993: 95, 110]; [Ferrary 1996: 16, 19–23; 44, 103; 108ff. 164, 238–242];
    • about biography and work: [Nicéron 1731: XVI: 229–239]; [Rossi 1862]; [Perini 1899]; [Vocht 1959: 147]; [McCuaig 1983]; [Gersbach 1989–1993]; [Buoncore 1993]; [Daly Davis 1994: 71f.]; [Ferrary 1996]; [Thomson de Grummond 1996: II: 851ff.]
    • His studies in the history of the church make him a direct forerunner to Baronio, see: [Orella Y Unzue 1976: 276–300]; [Ile 1994: VI: 83f Nr. 1394]
    • Matal introduced him in Rome to Agustín in 1545–1555: BA Mailand, D 501, inf. fol. 269r
    • Matal also supported Panvinio's work on the Fasti Capitolini, publishec 1557/1558
    • Matal acted as an agent between Panvinio in Rome and the printer Maternus Cholinus in Cologne.
    • history of Panvinio's prints: [Ferrary 1996: 203–216, App. 4]
  • according to Andreas Schott SJ in [Agustín 1765: I, XVIII] regular guest in Agustín's house in Rome: "Cum enim domicilium Romæ Antonius haberet, pontificiarum caussarum judex aequissimus,& quasi rerum ac fortunarum suarum sedem ibi, si arbitratu suo perpetuo vivere licuisset, horis subsecivis, quibus a negotiis publicis laxamenti aliquid dabatur ad corporis animique relaxationem, cum eruditissimis hominibus, qui domum ejus assidue discendi gratia frequentabant, Octavio Pantagatho, Gabriele Faerno, Bafilio Zancho, Onuphrio Panvinio, Pyrrho Ligorio, Paulo Manutio Aldi F. Carolo Sigonio, & qui hodie vivunt, Latino Latinio & Fulvio Ursino, Metello item Sequano, qui XI. ipsòs annos in illius, contubernio jucundissime vixit, cæterisque domi suae, quæ illis oraculum, verius Delphico, esse videbatur, de urbis Romæ antiquitatibus, inscriptionibus, numismatis, rerum gestarum memoria, & scriptoribus antiquis Græcis atque Latinis, omnique adeo philologia & interioribus litteris libenter disserebat, & inftar apis undique decerpebat, quibus Spartam, quod ajunt, illustraret suam."
  • Panvinio lobt Egio und Ligorio gemeinsam für ihre Antikenkenntnisse im Vorwort seiner Reipublicae Romanae Commentariorum Libri Tres (1558)
 
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