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Re: Hello! - and kind question for help w.r.t. the etymology of tarot

... Bibliothekar, Germanist, Volkskundler, Hochschullehrer, Prof. Worldcat has 550 publications of him. Only some of them relate to playing cards The IPCS (International Playing Card Society) was founded 1972 in London. https://www.i-p-c-s.org The first president was Detlev Hoffmann, who later became ...

Re: Hello! - and kind question for help w.r.t. the etymology of tarot

... be interested, when he hears, that his thesis was discussed here in this forum. We also discuss occasionally topics outside of Tarot, perhaps the IPCS members don't know this. I found Jonas Richter at his website and contacted him. https://gespiele.hypotheses.org/author/gespiele He has a strong ...

Re: Hello! - and kind question for help w.r.t. the etymology of tarot

... and digital, the subscription for Europeans outside the UK is £44, which works out to €50.99 (today's rate). Outside of Europe, including US, the IPCS site gives as £49, or $67.21 (today's rate). https://i-p-c-s.org/subs/ Well, I don't need hard copies. The price I quoted was for digital only, ...

Re: Hello! - and kind question for help w.r.t. the etymology of tarot

... of the younger Pratesi, someone who can go and actually be permitted to look at the Nördlingen records. And yes, people really should join the IPCS. It's not expensive, about 16 US dollars a year, if I remember correctly. And also read their forum (which I have not been doing!). Richter's posts ...

Re: Hello! - and kind question for help w.r.t. the etymology of tarot

... of the younger Pratesi, someone who can go and actually be permitted to look at the Nördlingen records. And yes, people really should join the IPCS. It's not expensive, about 16 US dollars a year, if I remember correctly. And also read their forum (which I have not been doing!). Richter's posts ...

Re: Hello! - and kind question for help w.r.t. the etymology of tarot

... a conflation of references from secondary sources, which Schreiber brought together. The next earliest is in 1446. You'll have to be a member of IPCS to read the information on their forum, I don't have the right to just copy and paste someone else's hard won research. I think I can give the ...

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