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emblemata
A type of inlaid work used by the early Romans to embellish floors, panels, and the like.
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de Bry (Ipsa Emblemata ab Auctore delineata: a Thedoro de Bry sculpta) (13).
Na edicao de 1531 de Emblemata, o epigrama e a imagem pictorica sao formas metaforicas ou alegoricas emparelhadas que figuram a mesma nocao ou conceito com certa redundancia, ao passo que nas edicoes do Hieroglyphica a imagem ilustra o comentario feito sobre ela.
The uses of Daniel Cramer's Emblemata Saicra are the subject in Sabine Modersheim's contribution to the volume.
Not many conferences give rise to two significant publications, but this is the case with the conference on Emblemata Sacra: Rhetoric and Hermeneutics in Illustrated Religious Literature hosted in 2005 by the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the Universite Catholique de Louvain.
Of especial value in this regard is the analysis of Sambucus's own theoretical preface, which is at once perhaps the best-known but most difficult part of the Emblemata.
Aparece el ultimo verso entre los Carmina burana junto a otros versos horacianos, que vemos utilizados en otros lugares emblematicos, como en los Emblemata de Otto Vaenius sobre el poeta latino: <<Inuidus alterius macrescit rebus opimis:/ Inuidiam Siculi non inuenere tyranni / Tormentum maius>>.
Vaenius' Amorum Emblemata presented metaphors from Ovid and other Latin erotic poets with pictorial representation.
17)--y del libro, "un verdadero hito en los estudios y en la tradicion de los Emblemata de Adriano Junio", que ofrece "una traduccion realizada con rigor cientifico, [.
A small sampling of article topics: emblematics in ornithology in the 16th and 17th centuries, emblems in the baroque poem The Dream by Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, and meters in Alciato's Emblemata.
89 [que puede ser "in Alciatum, emblema 89" o tambien "in Alciati Emblemata, 89] > in Alciato, Emblema 89 (p.
The question of just why the field of emblem studies was relatively slow to blossom in France is treated in the final essay of this new volume by Daniel Russell, at the conclusion of an interesting but uneven collection of essays on topics ranging from emblematic precursors and the genesis of Alciato's original Emblemata to the Spanish emblem tradition by way of such rather more specialized topics as editorial conventions in France and the particular contribution of the region of Lorraine.
The third element is the polyglot 1608 printing of van Veen's hugely influential, and wholly delightful, Amorum Emblemata.