Project Nota Resource Page

This page is divided by authors. Authors will each have a biography, works digitized and translated, and a corresponding Latin and/or History lesson plan.

Caterina Imperiale Lercari Pallavicini

marchioness of Mombaruzzo fl. 1721

Caterina Imperiale Pallavicini was an 18th-century Neo-Latin poet from the greater Genoa region. Her work, which was published in the collections of the Pontifical Academy of Arcadia (Pontificia Accademia degli Arcadi), includes epigrams (short, witty, often satirical poems) and elegies (poems of serious reflection, written in elegiac couplets).

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To access her works along with other resources, click on the graphic to the right.

Maria Hutchenson

Hutchenson wrote a poem, called  “QUI MUSAS STUDIIS, QUI MURIS AUXIT ET ÆDES”. To access the transcription, click here.

Johanna Otho

Otho wrote a couple of poems, “Ornatissimo Domino Gotfrido Baudisio” and "“Laus Musarum Castalidum Choro”. To access her transcriptions, click here.

Anna Memorata

To access the works of Anna Memorata, click here.

Camille de Morel

Camille de Morel wrote “In Typographiam Musarum Matrem”. To access her works, click here.

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