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Girolamo Muzio

Girolamo Muzio or Mutio Justinopolitano (Padua, Republic of Venice, 1496 – Paneretta near Siena, Grand Duchy of Tuscany, 1576) was an Italian courtier, poet, and author in defence of the vernacular Italian language against Latin.[1][2]


  • Il duello (Venice, 1550)
  • Il gentilhuomo (Venice, 1571)
  • Battaglie per diffesa dell'italica lingua (1582)
  • Poems for Tullia d’Aragona: Egloghe (1550)
  • Treatise of poetry after Horace (1551)
  • Against Claudio Tolomei (1533–1574)
  • Difesa del cattolicesimo nelle Vergeriane (1550) against Pier Paolo Vergerio
  • Le mentite ochiniane (1551) against Bernardino Ochino
  • Lettere catholiche, vol I-IV (1571)


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