Re: Le Tarot cultural association News 2017

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Latest publications of Andrea Vitali


A murder in Bologna in the seventeenth century
For debts to the Tarocchini game

Lorenzo Pignoria and the tarot - 1614
An eternal need for knowledge

The wisdom of the wise men
Tarot in "Il Lambertaccio" by Bartolomeo Bocchini

On the education of a Prince son
The three games to teach young dolphins: chess, sbaraglino and tarot

‘L’Epulone’ by Frugoni - 1645
Who does not have the Moon, the Sun and the World is a Tarot

A tarot in the form of a jester
As described in a work by Tommaso Buoni in 1605

The invention of the Cross - 1633
Where both friends are discovered to be tarocchi

The last three articles concern the meaning of Tarot as crazy.
Web page : http://letarot.it/page.aspx?id=23&lng=eng

Re: Le Tarot cultural association News 2017

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Please note that these essays are as yet in Italian only, with no immediate plans for translation. Also, regarding
On the education of a Prince son
The three games to teach young dolphins: chess, sbaraglino and tarot
while Italian literature is imaginative, the work quoted here does not imagine teaching chess, etc., to dolphins (although why not?). In Italian "delfino" means both "dolphin" and "heir apparent", borrowing, I think, from the French "dauphin".

Re: Le Tarot cultural association News 2017

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mikeh wrote:
05 Jan 2018, 14:14
Please note that these essays are as yet in Italian only, with no immediate plans for translation. Also, regarding
On the education of a Prince son
The three games to teach young dolphins: chess, sbaraglino and tarot
while Italian literature is imaginative, the work quoted here does not imagine teaching chess, etc., to dolphins (although why not?). In Italian "delfino" means both "dolphin" and "heir apparent", borrowing, I think, from the French "dauphin".
In French indeed dauphin as it is written or pronounciated has these two significations :
- dauphin = dolphin
- dauphin = "royal" heir

Btw, this 'bivalence" was one of the interrogations about the Dolphin = Dauphin? of the Goldschmidt luxury hand painted remaining cards
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Web page : http://letarot.it/page.aspx?id=23&lng=eng

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