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Re: Tarotpedia down?

You can retrieve data from the website through the internet archive. https://web.archive.org/web/20171011034357/http://www.tarotpedia.com:80/wiki/Main_Page I use an add-on to make it more convenient. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/wayback-machine_new/?src=userprofile https://chrome.g...

Re: Dummett on Viti's rules

One more difference between Marco and Dummett regarding part 2: Original: De' Trionfi veramente il più numero, ne li brevi da l'uno de' canti signato, è vincitore. E quello de' giocatori che vincerà, tanti giochi quanti vincerà, tanti scuti potrà dimandare a chi egli vorà di coloro che nel circolo s...

Dummett on Viti's rules

I have been looking at a translation of Pier Antonio Viti's rules and there is one puzzling problem that I have hit regarding the third part of the game. The original from http://trionfi.com/0/h/03/ : E cum le ritenute carte in mano farassi un altro gioco in tal modo. Ciascuno guarderà le carte sue,...

Re: Sardinia questions

Finally, from Oneglia in Liguria is the only example known to me of a tarot deck with Spanish suits. It is by Giacomo Recchi, whose name and city appear on a panel of the Ace of Coins; a specimen is in the collection of Stuart Kaplan, who dates it to 1820 because of the stamp tax of the kingdom of ...

Sardinia questions

One of Dummett's unsolved problems involves the type of game played in Sardinia. On page 10 of "A History of Games...", he wrote that a single deck "intended for Sardinia" is the only known example of a Spanish-suited tarot deck. He did not provide any details or sources for this statement. Does any...

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