Another bitter poem of maternal bereavement, from a woman, Papiria Tertia of Ferrara, who had outlived the immediate agony of loss, runs: Cernis, ut orba meis, hospes, monumenta locavi et tristis senior natos miseranda requiro.
De Excidio is addressed to her cousin Amalfrid at Constantinople, her closest surviving male kinsman. Rejoice, O heavenly ones: I intend that the mighty fate Of the powerful and august princess will stand immovable. Illa ergo mutatio fuit praevaricatoris primi, haec secundum Psalmistam 'mutatio est dextrae Excelsi' cf.
Rosalie Green et al. Correggio and pursuing her intellectual interests. One academy which was particularly inclusive towards women was that of the Ricovrati of Padua, already mentioned as having welcomed Piscopia. December, despite the best efforts of Katherine Killigrew.
Mt 19, 14; Mc 10, 14; Lc 18, E p i s c o p u s cum ordinatur, duo episcopi ex ponant et teneant Evangeliorum codicem super cervicem caput eius, et, uno super eum fundente benedictionem, reliqui omnes episcopi qui adsunt manibus suis caput eius tangant. Elizabeth Carter, was learned in both Greek and Latin.
I McKitterick, The Carolingians,
She was sympathetic to the reformist idea of Erasmus, and wrote to him: letter , Erasmi Epistolae, Brussels, 13 June, Don Alvaro de Navia y Osorio, Viscount del Puerto and Marquess de Santa Cruz de Macerado, who was distinguished as writer, politician, and soldier, was born in Turin while her father was ambassador to Italy.
Iohann Georg Lotterum, ed. She was put through her paces, judged genuine, and brought to the notice of Cardinal Spada, who became her patron.