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Jacques Delaunay et les moines poètes Dampierre et Marconville dans les Epigrammata
Humanistica Lovaniensia: Journal of Neo-Latin Studies
In his little-known 1539 collection of epigrams, Jacques Delaunay (Jacobus Alnetus), a physician and canon of Saint-Étienne de Troyes, includes two important, and hitherto unnoticed, poetic exchanges between the monastic humanist poets Jean Dampierre and Nicolas de Marconville and himself. After a brief presentation of these two figures, the present article examines the principal themes and literary techniques characteristic of the poems that comprise the two poetic "correspondences" withdoi:10.30986/2021.155 fatcat:gc5esuhqirg3rifdwgnqwcc7oe