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Viaggio in Dalmazia ; volume primo / Alberto Fortis. x x cm ( book measurement (conservation)) | RCIN Request PDF on ResearchGate | Geological issues in Alberto Fortis’ Viaggio in Dalmazia () | The Italian abbot Alberto Fortis (–), educated in. Viaggio in Dalmazia / dell’Abate Alberto Fortis Volume secondo. Main Author: Fortis, Alberto, Related Names: Milocco, Alvise (Venecia), imp.

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The work of Fortis and his Morlacchi continued to exert an influence on adlmazia and letters for several decades after alberot publication of “Viaggio in Dalmazia”. He also published several specimens of Morlach songs. Their ethnographic traits were traditional clothings, use of the gusle musical instrument accompanied with epic singing. Book Viaggio in Dalmazia. Stanford University Press, Outline Masquer le plan. This page was last edited on 14 Augustat Fortis wrote in an era when the European reading public was fascinated by epic poetry: Journal page Archives Contents list.

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The Italian clergyman Alberto Fortis studied philosophy forgis natural sciences with a specialty in mineralogy, and was professor at the University of Padua. From a geological point of view, Fortis’ remarks generally correspond to recent studies, with some exceptions in palaeontological and petrological issues.

To Fortis, who liked to draw parallels between geology and human history, these poems were the “literary fossils” of the Dalmatian past. Viaggio in Dalmazia, vol. Dalmatian hinterlands became epitomized by Hasanaginicaa folk ballad that was first written down by Fortis.

He describes their rudimentary living conditions and the squalid huts where they slept together with their livestock, as well as their coarse manners; nevertheless, he also stresses their virtues, their spontaneous sincerity, their hospitality and their code of honour, in which the algerto feud vendetta was the chief moral regulator.

Previous Article Variation of the water-retention properties of soils: To Fortis, the Morlacchi constituted the archetype of the “noble savage”.

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Retrieved from ” https: His understanding of natural processes, mainly in karstology and hydrology, is mostly surprisingly good. Geological issues in Alberto Fortis’ Viaggio in Dalmazia Dalmatia and the Mediterranean: He published his impressions inin a volume entitled “Viaggio in Dalmazia” “A Journey to Dalmatia”.

Written by Nicolas Nicolaides. In his book, Fortis presented his literary discovery “Hasanaginica” as a Morlach Vlach ballad. If you are a subscriber, please sign in ‘My Account’ at dalmaia top right of the screen.

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The owners of this website hereby guarantee to respect the legal confidentiality conditions, applicable in France, and not to disclose this data to third albsrto. Retrieved August 14, The highlight of the book is the description of ” Morlachia “, a term used by Viavgio for the rural Dalmatian interior to distinguish it from the coastal towns under the influence of Venice.

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