Petrarch's Eight Years in Milan

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Index of Works of Petrarch and of Extant Letters Addressed to Him
Africa
xviii, 18-19, 74, 92, 182, 222
Bucolicum carmen
x, xix, 18-20, 157-158, 171, 176, 183, 185-188, 191, 194-195, 230-231, 249
Canzoniere
In general ix-x, xv, xviii-xix, 18-19, 130, 175-176, 202, 233, 246, 248-250, 252-253
10209
23130-131
44154
77154-155
78154-155
145185
146185
159195-196
194249
196249
197249
265131
268131
300195-196
303195
324117-118
364164
365232
De otio religioso
x, xv, xix, 18, 129-130, 158
De remediis utriusque fortunae
v, x, xiv, 65-67, 69-71, 75, 129, 158, 218-219, 224, 235-236, 248-249
De viris illustribus
xviii, xx, 18, 20, 72-73, 75, 80, 251
De vita soliteria
x-xi, xv, xix, 18, 80, 83, 114-116, 130, 132, 158, 233-234, 246-247, 249, 252
Epistolae familiares, etc.:
see Prose Letters
Epistolae metricae
In general x, xix, 18, 20, 45, 108
I120, 157, 171
II911
III8105
15120
16120
18x, 24
19x, 42, 47, 50 58
2299-100, 106, 153
23153
24x, 6
2945
3139
363153
34205
Exul ab Italia5
Epitaphs
For Andrea Dandolox, 147
For his own grandson 249-250
Invectives
Contra eum qui maledixit Italie252- 253
Contra medicumxx, 18, 142-146
Contra quendam magni status hominemxi, xiii, 101
De sui ipsius et multorum ignorantia 248-249, 251-252
Itinerarium syriacum
v, xi, 48, 161-164, 183

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