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Obviously, Sanctus could be regarded as the friend from the North who had common sense,17 ‘vigor animi’18 or great strength of mind, as can still be observed today when one reads his dispassionate account of the devastating plague in Avignon: in the midst 12 Petrarch also testified that, if Sanctus’s friends had not decided to give him the cognomen ‘Socrates’, he would have called him ‘Aristoxenus’, this being the Greek philosopher and musical theorist who became the pupil of Xenophilus and Aristotle and whose reputation was such that he was expected to succeed to headship of the Lyceum.

Petrarca in de Nederlandse letterkunde (Amsterdam: 1934) 3–5. , “Tra Italia e Fiandre nel Trecento. Francesco Petrarca e Ludovico Santo di Beringen”, in Verbeke G. – IJsewijn J. ), The Late Middle Ages and the Dawn of Humanism outside Italy. , “Il Petrarca e gli storici latini”, in Dionisotti D. ), Tra latino e volgare (Padua: 1974), 67–145. , “Louis Sanctus de Beringen, ami de Pétrarque, et sa Sentencia subiecti in musica sonora rééditée d’après le ms. Laur. Ashb. 1051”, in Sapientiae doctrina.

Da costor non mi può tempo nè luogo/Divider mai (siccome spero e bramo)/Infin al cener del funereo rogo’. 13 While that summer would later be lyrically and nostalgically recalled by Petrarch in his Letter to Posterity,14 extensive descriptions of his friendship with his ‘Socrates’ can be found in various other writings of his as well. 15 The latter’s character and philosophical qualities made him ‘a wise and excellent man’;16 Petrarch habitually displayed regard for his friend’s judgement and good sense.

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