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Bratislav Lucin leading expert for Croatian Renaissance classic Marko Marulic
By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published  04/4/2009 | Croatian Language , People , Education , Culture And Arts , Religion | Unrated
Marko Marulic was read by St Francis Xavier, Cervantes, Thomas More, King Henry VIII, part 2


Bratislav Lučin (ed): The Marulić Reader, published in 2008 by the Marulianum, Split


Back cover of the book with basic information about its content.


From Split to Venice along the steps of Marko Marulić, another monograph by Bratislav Lučin, published in Croatian and Italian.


Marko Marulić day in Berlin, Germany, in 2008.


Marko Marulić of Split: Benevivendi Instituo, published in Basel, Switzerland, in 1513.


Judith, a famous book by Marko Marulić which he wrote in Croatian, published in Venice in 1521. And in the title, in second and third lines, he explicitely stated that the book was "composed in Croatian verses": u versih harvacki složena. See below:


... haruacki složena ...


Marko Marulić of Split: Evangelistary, translated in Spanish, published in Madrid in 1655. Please, note the Croatian Coat of Arms incorporated into the title page.


A page of Marulic's Evangelistarium annotated personnaly by the English King
Henry VIII, kept in the British Library (843 K 13), see Charles Béné
:
La reception des oeuvres de Marulic dans les provinces du Nord ,
in Colloquia Marvliana IIII, Knjizveni krug, Split 1994., p. 51. Source www.croatianhistory.net



Marko Marulić was the first who defined and used the notion of psychology, which is today in current use.

Source


Charles Béné translated Marko Marulić's Judith from Croatian into French.


Charles Béné translated an important book by Mirko Tomasović from its Italian translation into French.


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