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Partitiones oratoriae is a work well-suited to commentary, and the commentaries by Giorgio Valla, Strebaeus, Latomus, and Sturm seem to have played an important part in its diffusion. While the text provides a strongly logical outline of the subject as a whole which can thus be mastered quickly by a student, the commentator can add fuller explanations of particular points. Thus the text has some of the pedagogical advantages of the Ramist textbooks whose initial success in Paris dates from shortly after many editions of Partitiones were ﬁrst printed there.
Xii. , 395–412. 45 Ibid. 226, 235, 241; tr. Wooten, pp. 8, 14, 18. , 320–1; tr. Wooten, 70. g. , 287, 302, 304, 306, 361; tr. Wooten, 48, 58, 59, 61, 95–6. g. , 258, 266, 282, 312–14; tr. Wooten, 29, 34, 44–5, 65–6. , 379. 50 Kennedy, Greek Rhetoric, 102; Hermogenes, ed. Patillon, 124–28b. 1. , Herm. De inv. , Herm. , Quint Herm. , Cic. De inv. 2 Theory of status 95–205 Herm. On Status, and commentators, Cic. De inv. 3 Argumentation 206–94 Confutation Conclusion 294–320 320–38 Herm. , Cic. , Cic.
There is good external and internal evidence for thinking of the Progymnasmata as a school (rather than a university) text, especially in northern Europe and in Spain. 19 The Greek Methodus conscribendarum epistolarum by Libanius (314–93) went through nineteen editions, mostly in Latin translation and accompanied by other letter-writing manuals. Of these editions nine appeared 1548–58, seven of them from Basel. Its history must be understood alongside the Latin letter-writing manuals (Chapter 11 below), which were composed and published in very large numbers, as one of the staples of grammar-school education throughout Europe.