Piotr Kochlewski; Radziwiłłowie birżańscy; pisarz nadworny; sędzia ziemi brzeskiej; druki XVII-wieczne
Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
K. Heska-Kwaśniewicz, K. Tałuć (red.), "Prace ofiarowane Profesor Marii Pawłowiczowej" (S. 262-278). Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
The article discusses printed matters, which have not been previously analyzed in the literature
of subject, where we encounter the name of Piotr Kochlewski - an unknown poet of the 17th
century, a secretary of Krzysztof Radziwiłł. These are primarily Latin texts: occasional poems devoted to the deceased Janusz, brother of the poet’s patron, which were included in a book
prepared by Stefan Szwykowski.
Kochlewski is mentioned in other books. These are: a biographical entry in the work of
Andrzej Węgierski, who discusses the output of protestant writers; epitaph and gravestone of the
secretary of RadziwiHowski, included in the funeral sermon devoted to his son, Chrystian
Kochlewski, in Polonica varia by Steinwehr.
A theological dissertation by Jan Dominik is another printed matter unfamiliar to Eistreicher,
where a dedication to Kochlewski is included at the beginning. These materials enable
a biographical specification of the judge of the land of Brzesko, they present him as a poet and
specify the evaluations of his contemporary writers.