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Abstinentia.

Integrity

Marmoreae in tumulis una stat parte columnae
Urceus, ex alia cernere malluvium est.
Ius haec forma monet dictum sine sordibus esse,
Defunctum puras atque habuisse manus.

On a tomb, at one side of the marble pillar, stands a water-jug, at the other you can see a basin. This design tells us that justice was pronounced without corruption, and that the deceased kept his hands clean.


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La abstinenšia.

Quartel de soneto.[1]

De la una parte de la sepultura
Un jarro estÓ, de la otra estÓ una fuente
Que aver muestra el defuntto limpiamente
Tratado la justicia con cordura.

Notes:

1. áThis edition does not use the same woodcut as the French editions of 1549. See [FALb030].


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