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This article examines the links between the fifteenth-century Italian Renaissance and Late Antiquity. It highlights three particular aspects: the realization of Renaissance thinkers that ancient Latin had been a "living" ancient language and the links to history-writing; the miscellany-oriented style of scholarship; and the diversity of late ancient religiosity.
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