Toulouse in the Renaissance; The Floral Games; University and Student Life, Vol. 1: Etienne Dolet (1532-1534) (Classic Reprint)

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In the spring of 1919 I was stationed at Toulouse as the American Dean of twelve hundred American soldier students in the University. While performing my duties in connection with the Army Educational Corps, I became interested in all phases of Toulouse life, and especially in the Academy of the Floral Games. This interest was heightened by my close personal friendship with Monsieur Joseph Anglade, professeur dfitudes Meridionales in the University and Mainteneur of the Floral Games. Through Professor Anglade, I had the privilege of visiting several times the Hotel dAssezat, home of the Academy of the Floral Games, and of attending the annual meeting of the Academy of the1-3 of May. After becoming personally acquainted with the Mainteneurs and learning the history of that ancient body, it occurred to me that some phase of the history of the Floral Games would make a good subject for investigation. When the American Mission, which visited France in the summer of 1919 to aid in promoting a more cordial understanding between the two countries, came to Toulouse, I discussed the matter with Professor H.A. Todd, of Columbia University, who was a member of the Mission. Professor Todd not only gave me encouragement, but approached the Mainteneurs on the subject. The latter readily gave assent and offered to aid in every way possible. They suggested that a study be made of the society in the period of the Renaissance; and in order to facilitate the work, Monsieur Frangois de Gelis, historiographer of the Floral Games, proffered the loan of a manuscript copy of the Livre Rouge, the secretarys record from1513-1641. In the summer of 1920, I came to Columbia University and began an intensive investigation of the Floral Games. Since certain features of the history of this society in the period of the Renaissance had already been presented by M.de Gelis in his scholarly Historic critique des Jeux Floraux (1912), I felt that my efforts should be confined in the main to supplementing his work.

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Description du livre Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. État : New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Toulouse in the Renaissance; The Floral Games; University and Student Life, Vol. 1: Etienne Dolet (1532-1534) In the spring of 1919 I was stationed at Toulouse as the American Dean of twelve hundred American soldier students in the University. While performing my duties in connection with the Army Educational Corps, I became interested in all phases of Toulouse life, and especially in the Academy of the Floral Games. This interest was heightened by my close personal friendship with Monsieur Joseph Anglade, professeur dfitudes Meridionales in the University and Mainteneur of the Floral Games. Through Professor Anglade, I had the privilege of visiting several times the Hotel dAssezat, home of the Academy of the Floral Games, and of attending the annual meeting of the Academy of the1-3 of May. After becoming personally acquainted with the Mainteneurs and learning the history of that ancient body, it occurred to me that some phase of the history of the Floral Games would make a good subject for investigation. When the American Mission, which visited France in the summer of 1919 to aid in promoting a more cordial understanding between the two countries, came to Toulouse, I discussed the matter with Professor H.A. Todd, of Columbia University, who was a member of the Mission. Professor Todd not only gave me encouragement, but approached the Mainteneurs on the subject. The latter readily gave assent and offered to aid in every way possible. They suggested that a study be made of the society in the period of the Renaissance; and in order to facilitate the work, Monsieur Frangois de Gelis, historiographer of the Floral Games, proffered the loan of a manuscript copy of the Livre Rouge, the secretarys record from1513-1641. In the summer of 1920, I came to Columbia University and began an intensive investigation of the Floral Games. Since certain features of the history of this society in the period of the Renaissance had already been presented by Gelis in his scholarly Historic critique des Jeux Floraux (1912), I felt that my efforts should be confined in the main to supplementing his work. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. N° de réf. du libraire APC9781331811282

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