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INDEX EMBLEMATUM
IN IOCOS [=LOCOS] COMMUNES
DIGESTORUM.
EMBLEMATA DEDICATORIA
Ad illustrissimum Maximilianum &c. [7]
Mediolanum [8]
Nunquam procrastinandum [9]
DEUS, SIVE RELIGIO.
In Deo laetandum [10]
Sapientia humana, stultitia est apud Deum [11]
Ficta Religio [12]
Non tibi, sed religioni. [13]
Quà Dii vocant, eundum [14]
VIRTUTES.
FIDES.
Fidei Symbolum [15]
Foedera [16]
Silentium [17]
Non vulgando consilia [18]
Nec quaestioni quidem cedendum [19]
PRUDENTIA.
Consilio, ac virtute Chimaeram superari: id est, fortiores, &deceptores [20]
Vigilantia, & custodia [21]
Νῆφε καὶ μέμνης ἀπιστθεῖν ἄρθρα ταῦτα τῶν φρενῶν [[22]]
ῆ [=Πῆ] παρέβην? Τί δὲ ἔρεξα? Τὶ μοι δὲον ὀυκ ἐτελέσθην[23]
Prudentes [24]
Prudens, magis quàm loquax [25]
Maturandum [26]
In deprehensum [27]
Custodiendas virgines [28]
Vino Prudentiam augeri [29]
Prudentes vino abstinent [30]
In statuam Bacchi [31]
Gramen [33]
IUSTITIA.
Nec verbo, nec facto quemquam laedendum [34]
Tandem, tandem Iustitia obtinet [35]
Etiam ferocissimos domari [36]
Gratiam referendam [37]
Abstinentia [38]
Bonis à divitibus nihil timendum [39]
FORTITUDO.
Signa fortium [40]
Ανέχου καὶ ἀπέχου [41]
In adulari nescientes [42]
Obdurandum adversus urgentia [43]
Omnia mea mecum porto [44]
CONCORDIA.
Concordiae Symbolum [45]
Concordia [46]
Concordia insuperabilis [47]
Unum nihil, duos plurimum posse [48]
Firmissima convelli non posse [49]
SPES.
Spes proxima [50]
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In simulachrum Spei [51]
In dies meliora [53]
Illicitum non sperandum [54]
PUDICITIA. [55]
VITIA
PERFIDIA.
In Victoriam dolo partam [56]
In fraudulentos [57]
Dolus in suos [58]
Maledicentia [59]
In receptatores sicariorum [60]
In adulatores [61]
Ei qui semel sua prodegerit, aliena credi non oportere [62]
STULTITIA.
Temeritas [63]
Furor, & rabies [64]
In temerarios [65]
In eos qui supra vires quicquam audent [66]
Impossibile [67]
Cuculi [68]
Vespertilio [69]
Aliud [70]
Ira [71]
In eum, qui sibiipsi damnum apparat [72]
Fatuitas [73]
Oblivio paupertatis [74]
SUPERBIA.
Superbia [75]
Impudentia [76]
Philautia [77]
Garrulitas [78]
INVIDIA.
Invidia [79]
LUVURIA [=LUXURIA] .
Luxuria [80]
Luxuriosorum opes [81]
Tumulus Meretricis [82]
In amatores Meretricum [83]
Cavendum à Meretricibus [84]
Aniuletum [=Amuletum] Veneris [85]
Inviolabiles telo Cupidinis [86]
Lascivia [87]
DESIDIA.
Desidia [88]
Desidiam abiiciendam [89]
In facilè à Virtute desciscentes [90]
Ignavi [91]
AVARITIA.
Avaritia [92]
In avaros [93]
In Aulicos [94]
In Sordidos [95]
In divites publico malo [96]
In avaros, Vel quibus melior conditio ab extraneis offertur [97]
GUIA [=GULA] .
Gula [98]
Ocni effigies [99]
In Parasitos [100]
Parvam culinam duobus ganeonibus non sufficere [101]
Captivus ob gulam [102]
In Garrulum, & Gulosum [103]
Natura [104]
DOCTORUM AGNOMINA [104]
Vis Naturae [106]
Ars Naturam adiuvat [107]
In Iuventam [108]
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In quatuor tempora anni [109]
ASTROLOGIA.
Scyphus Nestoris [110]
Quae supra nos, nihil ad nos [112]
In Astrologos [113]
Qui alta contemplantur cadere [114]
AMOR.
Potentissimus affectus Amor [115]
Potentia amoris [116]
Vis amoris [117]
In studiosum amore captum [118]
Αντέρως. id est, amor virtutis [119]
Αντέρως. Amor Virtutis alium Cupidinem superans [120]
Dulcia quandoque amara fieri [121]
Ferè simile, ex Theocrito [122]
In statuam Amoris [123]
In oblivionem patriae [125]
Sirenes [126]
Senex puellam amans [127]
Colores [128]
FORTUNA.
Virtuti Fottuna [=Fortuna] comes [130]
Fortuna Virtutem superans [131]
Paupertatem summis ingeniis obesse, ne provehantur [132]
In Occasionem [133]
In subitum terrorem [134]
In illaudata laudantes [135]
In momentaneam felicitatem [136]
Ex damno alterius utilitas [137]
Bonis auspiciis incipiendum [138]
Nil reliqui [139]
Malè parta, malè dilabuntur [140]
Semper praesto esse infortunia [141]
Remedia in arduo, mala in prono esse [142]
HONOR.
Ex arduis perpetuum nomen [143]
Ex literarum studiis immortalitatem acquiri [144]
Tumulus Ioannis Galeacii Vicecomitis, Primi Ducis Mediolanensis [145]
Optimus civis [146]
Strenuorum immortale nomen [147]
Nobiles, ac generosi [148]
Duodecim certamina Herculis [149]
In nothos [151]
Imparilitas [152]
In desciscentes [153]
Aemulatio impar [154]
Albutii ad D. Alciatum suadentis ut &c. [155]
PRINCEPS.
Princeps subditorum incolumitatem procurans [156]
In Senatum boni Principis [157]
Quod non capit Christus, rapit Fiscus [158]
Opulentia tyranni paupertas subiectorum [159]
Consiliarii Principum [160]
Principis clementia [161]
RESPUBLICA.
Salus publica [162]
Respublica liberata [163]
VITA.
In vitam humanam [164]
Aere quandoque salutem redimendam [165]
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MORS.
Cum Larvis non luctandum [166]
De Morte, & Amore [167]
In formosam fato praereptam [168]
In mortem praeproperam [169]
Terminus [170]
Opulenti haereditas [171]
AMICITIA.
Amicitia etiam post mortem durans [172]
Mutuum auxilium [173]
Auxilium nunquam deficiens [174]
Gratiae [175]
HOSTILITAS.
In detractores [177]
Inanis impetus [178]
Aliquid mali, propter vicinum malum [179]
In eum qui truculentia suorum perierit [180]
Εχθρῶν ἄδωρα δῶρα. In dona hostium [181]
A minimis quoque timendum [182]
Obnoxia infirmitas [183]
Vel post mortem formidolosi [184]
VINDICTA.
Iusta vindicta [185]
Iusta ultio [186]
Parem deliquentis, & suasoris culpam esse [187]
Alius peccat, alius plectitur [188]
Insani glanius [189]
PAX.
Pax [190]
Ex bello pax [191]
Ex Pace ubertas [192]
SCIENTIA.
Doctos Doctis obloqui nefas esse [193]
Eloquentia, fortitudine praestantior [194]
Facundia difficilis [295]
Antiquissima quaeque commentitia [196]
Insignia Poëtarum [197]
Musicam Diis curae esse [198]
Litera occidit: Spiritus vivificat [199]
Dicta septem sapientum [220]
IGNORANTIA.
Submovendam ignorantiam [202]
Mentem, non formam plus pollere [203]
Dives indoctus [204]
MATRIMONIUM.
In fidem uxoriam [205]
Reverentiam in matrimonio requiri [206]
In foecunditatem sibiipsi damnosam [207]
Amor filiorum [208]
Pietas filiorum in parentes [209]
Mulieris famam, non formam vulgatam esse oportere [210]
In pudoris statuam [211]
Nuptam [=Nupta] contagioso [213]
ARBORES:
Cupressus [213]
Aliud [ibidem]
Aliud [ibidem]
Quercus [214]
Aliud [ibidem]
Salix [215]
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Abies [216]
Picea [217]
Cotonea [218]
Hedera [220]
Ilex [220]
Malus medica [221]
Buxus [222]
Morus [223]
Amygdalus [224]
Laurus [225]
Populus alba. [226]

FINIS.
Lugduni,
Excudebat Mathias Bonhomme.

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DE ARBORIBUS.

EMBLEMA CC [=199] .

Cupressus.

The Cypress

Indicat effigies metae, nomenque Cupressi,
Tractandos parili conditione suos.[1]

The cone-shaped form and the name ‘cypress’ indicate that one’s people should be dealt with on equal terms.

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Von Beumen.

Das CC [=199] .

Cypreßbaum.

Deß Cypreßbaum nam, form und gstalt
So ein Laack gleich zeigt an mit gwalt
Daß ein jeder die seinen sol
In gleichem ansehn halten wol.

EMBLEMA CCI [=199 second part] .

Aliud.

Other

Funesta est arbor, procerum monumenta Cupressus,
Qualè Apium plebis comere fronde solet.[2]

The cypress is a funereal tree. Its branches usually adorn the memorials of leading men as parsley-stems adorn those of humble people.

Das CCI [=199 second part] .

Ein anderß.

Ein todten Baum der Cypreß ist
Mit seinem zweig er ziert zur frist
Der grossen herrn Leiblegung gleich
Wie der Epp der gemeinen leich.

EMBLEMA CCII [=199 third part] .

Aliud.

Other

Pulchra coma est, pulchro digestaque ordine frondes,
Sed fructus nullos haec coma pulchra gerit.[3]

The foliage is beautiful, and the leaves all arranged in neat order, but this beautiful foliage bears no fruit.

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Das CCII [=199 third part] .

Ein anderß.

Schön geschmückt, schön broß und schön zweig
Gesetzt ordenlich nach einr reig
Also diese schöne Geschoß
Tragen kein frucht seind deren bloß.

Notes:

1.  This refers to the supposed etymology, Greek κύειν and πάρισος ‘bear’,‘equal’.

2.  See Pliny, Natural History, 20.44.113 for the use of parsley at funeral meals.

3.  See Erasmus, Adagia, 4210 (Cyparissi fructus).


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