Moria de Erasmo Roterodamo

This page has been devel­oped as a sup­ple­ment to the first vol­ume of, “Het­ero­dox­ia Iber­i­ca” Series: Desiderius Eras­mus (2014), Moria de Eras­mo Rotero­damo. A Crit­i­cal Edi­tion of the Ear­ly Mod­ern Span­ish Trans­la­tion of Erasmus’s Encomi­um Mori­ae, eds. Jorge Ledo and Harm den Boer, notes by Jorge Ledo, Lei­den — Boston: Brill. The adden­dum con­tains the fol­low­ing sec­tions:

  1. Cor­ri­gen­da.
  2. Adden­da.
  3. Press.
  4. Reviews.
  5. Events.
  6. Mate­ri­als.

If Brill hap­pens to pub­lish a sec­ond edi­tion of the Moria, all the emen­da­tions con­tained in the first sec­tion will be added to it. That being the case, any assis­tance pro­vid­ed to make the book more accu­rate will be rec­og­nized both in this web­site and in the acknowl­edg­ments of the print­ed ver­sion. There­fore, I would be most grate­ful if the actu­al name, email, and aca­d­e­m­ic affil­i­a­tion are used in the com­men­taries. The emen­da­tions will be updat­ed in a pdf of the same size, font, and lay­out than the book. A date will be attached to the doc­u­ment any­time it is updat­ed for eas­i­er track­ing.

Due to the par­tic­u­lar­i­ties of the book and the great invest­ment of time by Brill in its design, all the addi­tions con­tained in the sec­ond sec­tion will remain here both in html and in a print­able pdf.

As for the mate­ri­als con­tained in the rest of the sec­tions, they can be freely down­loaded but not dis­trib­uted. For any fur­ther ques­tion, please, do not hes­i­tate to con­tact me and I will do my best to write back to you as soon as time per­mits.

If you are inter­est­ed in acquir­ing the book, you can do it through the fol­low­ing ven­dors: