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Fiducia concors.

We trust altogether with one mind

Les Rommeins devant le Prince, Empereur, ou Chef
d’armee, portoient aussi en enseigne une Main: ainsi
Link to an image of this page  Link to an image of this page  [e6v p76]que lon peut voir tant en plusieurs monnoyes antiques,
que aussi en celle belle antiquité, imprimee en la face du
livre des Commentateurs de la Republique de Romme,
nouvellement mis en lumiere par Lazius, grand investi-
gateur d’antiquitez, & Chroniqueur du Roy des Rom
meins.[1] Telle enseigne donques d’une Main, estoit la Main
de Concorde.

Notes:

1.  Wolfgang Lazius (d. 1565): humanist at the court of Vienna, physician, historian and cartographer of Ferdinand I (king of the Romans before succeeding his brother as emperor in 1556). Lazius is cited again later in this work ([FPAb120]), and is a dedicatee in Sambucus, 1564 ([FSAb062]).


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