Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006)

 

  1. Havas László, „Prooemium”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 5–10.
  2. Lázár István Dávid, „La «docta ignorantia» del Petrarca”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 11–16.
  3. Pajorin Klára, „Antiturcica negli anni quaranta del ’400: Le epistole di Francesco Filelfo, di Poggio Bracciolini e di János Vitéz”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 17–28.
  4. Békés Enikő, „La metafora «medicus–Medici» nel De doctrina promiscua di Galeotto Marzio”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 29–38.
  5. Bartók István, „»Grammatica est…« The Significance and Sources of János Sylvester’s Definition”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 39–58.
  6. Ács Pál, „Andreas Dudith’s Turkish Brother-in-law”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 59–64.
  7. Kecskeméti Gábor, „A Hardly-known 16th-century Humanist: Paulus Rosa of Körmöcbánya”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 65–88.
  8. Bitskey István, „Historie und Politik (Gedichtband von Leonhardus Uncius über die ungarische Geschichte)”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 89–104.
  9. Hargittay Emil, „Péter Pázmány: De ecclesiastica libertate circa causam Veneti interdicti (1606)”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 105–112.
  10. Bene Sándor, „Acta pacis—Peace with the Muslims (Luigi Ferdinando Marsili’s Plan for the Publication of the Documents of the Karlowitz Peace Treaty)”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 113–146.
  11. Havas László, „La tradizione testuale degli Ammonimenti di Santo Stefano di Ungheria e il Tractatus de potestate del principe Ferenc Rákóczi II”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 147–160.
  12. Szörényi László, „Dugonics’ Argonautica”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 161–168.
  13. Lengyel Réka, „La fortuna ungherese del Libro di Fortuna del Petrarca (Le edizioni ungheresi del De remediis utriusque fortunae nel secolo 18)”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 169–174.
  14. Papo, Adriano, „Cronaca d’una giornata di studi su L’Umanesimo Latino in Ungheria”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 175–178.
  15. Havas László, „Hercules neolatinus: Conference in Debrecen, 1–4 September, 2005”, Camoenae Hungaricae 3(2006): 179–180.