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Re: Galeazzo Maria Sforza's "quatro triomphi" in Ferrara, 1457

Alberti in his theatre play in 1424 lets his hero "Philodoxus" speak: "I'm here at my triumphal procession ..."( 4th scene, begin of the scene). Well, he isn't at a chariot, but in a theatre play. Trionfo was rather common word, it could be transported in many contexts, for instance it even could me...

Re: Galeazzo Maria Sforza's "quatro triomphi" in Ferrara, 1457

hi Ross, in the presented German text the author states, that "Trionfo" was used for objects on cars, but unspecifically also in various other contexts, not only in this. http://a-tarot.eu/p/2018/sc5.jpg The used expressions were different according regional conditions ("carro trionfale etc." as in ...

Re: Nine national galleries

see also: Kaplan I, p. 103 https://apps.euskadi.eus/web01-apemsime/es/v09aNucleoWar/ciuMostrarFichero.do?R01HNoPortal=true&origen=PU&tipo=IM&oid=0901a0fe802cd875&soloTipoImagen=true Museo/Colección: Museo Fournier de Naipes de Álava Tipo de Fondo: Naipes Nº Inventario/Siglas: 44599 Objeto: Baraja Tí...

Re: The Sun

https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b8418541g.item https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b8418541g/f1.highres This looks in style similar to the picture "horse-riding boy with planets" ... Both objects are addressed with "illustration d'un traité d'astrologie" I could imagine, that both pictures a...

Re: Andre Bertholet et les maîtres cartiers à Grenoble

see http://forum.tarothistory.com/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=475&start=20#p6226 http://i-p-c-s.org/pattern/ps-63.jpg Observe the two cards in the upper left corner, very similar to your two cards. I remember, that it seems to have been a custom, that the Jack of clubs had the name of the card maker in som...

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