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Re: Tractatus de deficatione sexdecim heroum, text and translation

... Florence Virzicoli (Villabianca, 1786), Sicily Bergigole (Anonymous, c. 1570), Pesaro-Urbino? Brezicole (Piscina, c. 1565), Mondovi Brizigole (de Marolles, 1637), Nevers Barsìgôla (Viriglio, 1900), Turin A similar term in Bologna is Pariglie but the etymology is different. It means "pair" and ...

Re: The trump labels of France

... Tarot de Marseille style is that a couple seem to be standing before an older woman, rather than the lover standing between two women. Michel de Marolles in his "REGLES DV IEV DES TAROTS", 1637 does not name all the trumps unfortunately, but he does name Le Math, Le Bagat & Le Monde, which match ...

Re: The trump labels of France

... with Romain Merlin that it refers to Fortuna (Dame Fortune). MA[T], BAGA[T] and FAMA SOL suggests to me an Italian source/influence. (Michel de Marolles in his "REGLES DV IEV DES TAROTS", 1637 does not name all the trumps unfortunately, but he does name Le Math, Le Bagat & Le Monde, which match ...

Re: Fame riddle

Michelle Marolles, brother of Pierre Marolles, was also a Master Cardmaker - he is not the same Michelle Marolles that wrote the tarot rules - whether they are related I do not know -- it is possible, but I don't have sufficient ...

Re: Fame riddle

The person, which connects the distant locations Rethel+Aisne and the region of the Marolles chateau is Lodovico Gonzaga, who owned Rethel (near the department Aisne) and Nevers since his marriage with Henriette of Cleve in 1665. Lodovico Gonzaga is "under suspicion" ...

Re: Fame riddle

In the autobiography of Michel des Marolles he talks about his father and wrote, that the father loved to play Tarot. The father died at the begin of the 1630ies and was dead in 1637 (when Marolles arranged the Tarot rules) ... ... well, if ...

Re: Fame riddle

... MERRIEU, Jean Maître cartier I find it interesting, that here the name Marolle appears, and I wonder, if there is a relation to Michel de Marolles. Some references to Marolle from minutes of master card-makers and other places: CARTIER (maître à Paris) MAROLLE (famille) § Mariage de Michel ...

Re: Fame riddle

... again (which indeed happened in 1650). This Lady was the younger sister of the one Gonzaga daughter, who in 1637 ordered the Tarot rules from Marolles, and from this condition one may assume, that she probably also had a good relation to the game. So again one may conclude, that also Vieuville ...

Re: Fame riddle

... then it is possible the sceptre is meant to be a version of the Sceptre of Triumph: Da nunc et volucrem sceptro quae surgit eburno, Which Michell Marolles (the same that gives us the earliest tarot rules in French) translates as: Adioustes-y l'oyseau qui s'éleve sur le haut d'un Sceptre d'yvoire, ...

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