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VERTUS.

Marque de Foy.

Soit pinct honneur vestu de fine pourpre,
Verité nue à sa dextre soit propre.
Soit au mylieu Amour chaste,[1] & plus beau
Que Cupido. De rose ayant chappeau.
Link to an image of this page  Link to an image of this page  [B7r p29] Telz signes sont, de Foy, Qu’honneur maintient,
Amour nourrit: & verité soubstient.

C’est l’Ancienne Sabine designa-
tion de la Trinite, avant Jesu-
christ né. Ou bien le vray entre-
tien de fidelite par les circun-
stances d’honneur, & de ve-
rité.

Notes:

1.  Amour chaste, ‘chaste love’ (Anteros), for which see CHECK and CHECK.


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Confederationi.

Alliances.


Per far, che suon disordinato e strano
Non esca fuor di si diverse corde,
Bisogna dotta e ben esperta mano.
Perche una sola, che non ben s’acorde,
O che si rompa, fa che quel concento,
Che prima grato fu, tutto si scorde.
Cosi qualhor più d’un Signor è intento
Per commun bene a convenir insieme,
S’Amor gli regge, ogni timor è spento.
Ma s’un discorda, e altrove inchina e preme,
Alhor quell’harmonia tutta perisce,
Onde una parte impera, e l’altra geme.


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