Re: Le Tarot cultural association News 2017

#51
Further reflection:. Legati says "il Papa" because he's just reiterating Vannozzi, who said "il Papa". For Vannozzi, there's the question, why is he only offended by the Papa giving the blessing, and isn't further offended by the presence of a second figure wearing papal vestments and crown? He surely would have noticed it, since he knows each of Faith, Hope, and Charity individually in ganellini (minchiate). Possible answers: (a) he's already made the point, it's just more of the same, and anyway he doesn't have a different word for that card, since all four are called "papa", which also means "father"; (b) he thinks it's Pope Joan, who is perfectly all right as a playing card. Of these, (a) is the more likely. If he knew the word "Popess", he probably would have used it, as even if it is Pope Joan, it's still offensive. With the information at hand, I really can't make any inference that for either of them, there is just one card called "Papa".

Re: Le Tarot cultural association News 2017

#53
This is just to let people know that all of Andrea's iconological essays from Papessa to Luna have now been updated, mostly with additions, in Italian, and the translations into English revised. These are at http://www.letarot.it/page.aspx?id=5&lng=eng and http://www.letarot.it/page.aspx?id=5&lng=ITA, the second group in the list on the left. Sometimes when you click on the title in English you get the essay in Italian. If that happens, just click on the British flag at the top right to get it in English. Let me know of possible translation errors, here or in a Private Message.

Projet : traduction française des 22 essais iconographiques d'Andrea Vitali

#54
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Un projet qui me tient à coeur.
Le Tarot iconographique
Traduction française des 22 essais du Professeur Andrea Vitali
Objet :Edition de qualité à compte d'éditeur.

Ceux-ci ont été été traduits en Anglais par le Dr Howard Michael :
http://www.letarot.it/page.aspx?id=5&lng=ENG

Essais d'Andrea VITALI : 22 Saggi Iconologici di Andrea Vitali
Il Matto (Il Folle)

Il Bagatto
La Papessa
L'Imperatrice
L'Imperatore
Il Papa
L'Amore
Il Carro
La Giustizia
L' Eremita
La Ruota della Fortuna
La Forza
L' Appeso
La Morte
La Temperanza
Il Diavolo
La Torre
La Stella
La Luna
Il Sole
Il Giudizio
Il Mondo
Voir en ligne :
http://www.letarot.it/page.aspx?id=5&lng=ita

J ai pour ma part déjà traduit il y a quelques années 4 de ces Essais;
Depuis, ces derniers ont fait l'objet de mises à jour...
Néanmoins, en l'état, ces traductions - même non revues et corrigées - vous donneront une idée assez juste du projet.
L iconographie de Tempérance
https://www.officieldelavoyance.org/L-i ... e-de-La-Te

L iconographie de La Lune (Jenuary 2005)
www.officieldelavoyance.org/spip.php?article1020

L iconographie de l Etoile (March 2005)
www.officieldelavoyance.org/spip.php?article1093

L iconographie du Soleil (April 2005)
www.officieldelavoyance.org/spip.php?article1141
Web page : http://letarot.it/page.aspx?id=23&lng=eng

Aparté : la demande du public et l'offre édititoriale contemporaines en France

#55
La demande en matière de livres "tarologiques" est ou divinatoire ou ésotérique. L'offre des éditeurs lui répond : une masse considérable d'ouvrages souvent non documentés et véhiculant des thèses pour le mieux infondées.
L' histoire des cartes et des tarots repose sur les épaules d'un seul auteur de très grande valeur : l historien Thierry Depaulis
Quant aux approches arithmologiques ou iconographiques, elles sont aux abonnés absents...
La lecture iconographique, jugée trop complexe, demeure résolument ignorée au profit de descriptions symboliques sommaires. L arithmologie elle, percue comme trop subtile, n'a pas droit au chapitre : seules les interprétations numérologiques ou qabbalistiques font entendre leurs voix ...
Une exception de taille :avec la bibliothécaire Isabelle Nadolny publiée récemment par les Editions Trajectoire dont je salue le courage éditorial .. J en profite pour la remercier d'avoir accordé dans son livre une place non négligeable aux chercheurs de l Association culturelle internationale Le Tarot ... Merci à elle
Web page : http://letarot.it/page.aspx?id=23&lng=eng

Re: Le Tarot cultural association News 2018

#57
Some iconological discoveries made by Professor Andrea Vitali concerning the Hanged Man and Tower cards were introduced by him in 1987 on the occasion of the exposition, Cards of the Court. Tarot. Games and Magic in the Estense Court, a large exhibition about Tarot on an international level held in Ferrara at the Estense Castle. In 1994 he introduced other discoveries, on Temperance, Stars, Moon, Sun, and World, in the circumstance of the exposition Tarot: Art and Magic, at the Civic Archeological Museum of Bologna. Both were exhibitions for which Prof. Andrea Vitali curated the historical-scientific project and the selection of documents. Along with the iconological essays, presented here concerning all 22 Triumphs, are essays on history, literature, the game of tarot from the 15th to 18th centuries, and articles on topics of a symbolic nature. The Host Essays section presents essays written by members of the Association and other leading experts. Currently there are some essays only in Italian.


The English translations in the section "Andrea Vitali’s Essays" were revised to start from February 2012 by tarot researcher Michael S. Howard, to whom we extend our heartfelt thanks.


Below are "Andrea Vitali's Essays" arranged according to the topics discussed. Depending on the content, essays have been placed under different topics. To read about the iconographic and iconological aspects of the 22 Triumphs, please refer to "Andrea Vitali’s Iconological Essays".



To access to the essays click on the titles in the list on your left or on those below.
Web page : http://letarot.it/page.aspx?id=23&lng=eng

Re: Le Tarot cultural association News 2017

#59
Thanks for posting that notice, Alain. About your previous post:
Some iconological discoveries made by Professor Andrea Vitali concerning Hanged Man and Tower cards were introduced by him in 1987 on the occasion of the exposition, Cards of the Court. Tarot. Games and Magici n the Estense Court, a large exhibition about Tarot on an international level held in Ferrara at the Estense Castle. In 1994 he introduced other discoveries, on Temperance, Stars, Moon, Sun, and World, in the circumstance of the exposition Tarot: Art and Magic, at the Civic Archeological Museum of Bologna. Both were exhibitions for which Prof. Andrea Vitali curated the historical-scientific project and the selection of documents. Along with the iconological essays, presented here concerning all 22 Triumphs, are essays on history, literature, the game of tarot from the 15th to 18th centuries, and articles on topics of a symbolic nature. The Host Essays section presents essays written by members of the Association and other leading experts. Currently there are some essays only in Italian.

The English translations in the section "Andrea Vitali’s Essays" were revised to start from February 2012 by tarot researcher Michael S. Howard, to whom we extend our heartfelt thanks.

Below are "Andrea Vitali's Essays" arranged according to the topics discussed. Depending on the content, essays have been placed under different topics. To read about the iconographic and iconological aspects of the 22 Triumphs, please refer to "Andrea Vitali’s Iconological Essays".

To access to the essays click on the titles in the list on your left or on those below.
The above is Andrea's introduction to a list of his essays by subject, for which go to
http://www.letarot.it/page.aspx?id=5&lng=eng

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