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Le citron.

XL.

Le citron doux amer à Venus bien convient,
Car Amour en son miel beaucoup d’amer contient.

Commentaires.

On peut aussi dire que le citron est le symbole de
l’amour: car il est de couleur d’or: & sa saveur est
bien aucunement douce & austere, mais son escorce
est du tout amere. Ainsi l’orde volupté rid de plein
abord, & semble estre toute d’or: mais apres qu’elle a
baillé un peu du doux, elle baille l’amer à plein go-
det.


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    • trees: lemon-tree (+ plants used symbolically) [25G3(LEMON-TREE)(+1)] Search | Browse Iconclass
    • Pleasure, Enjoyment, Joy; 'Allegrezza', 'Allegrezza da le medaglie', 'Allegrezza, letitia e giubilo', 'Diletto', 'Piacere', 'Piacere honesto' (Ripa) (+ emblematical representation of concept) [56B1(+4):56F2(+4)] Search | Browse Iconclass
    • Bitterness; 'Amaritudine' (Ripa) (+ emblematical representation of concept) [56BB11(+4):56F2(+4)] Search | Browse Iconclass
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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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