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Sur la trop hastive mort, d’ung
beau jeune filz.

Apostrophe, ET Prosopopoeie.

L’enfant plus noble, & plus beau de la ville,
Qui par beaulté attira mainte fille,
Trop tost est mort. Par toy (Arest) fort plainct.
Auquel il fut par chaste amour conjoinct,
Donq’tu [=Donq’ tu] luy fais tombeau: signe de tant
Grande douleur, par tel cry l’air batant.
Sans moy t’en vais: plus ensemble n’irons,
(Mon bien aimé) plus n’estudierons.
Link to an image of this page  Link to an image of this page  [N2r p195] En terre iras. Mais Gorgonne, & Daulphin
Signes donront de ta piteuse fin.

Deploration de l’amy mort, en la
personne de l’aimant, constituant
pour memoire les daulphins, amis
de l’homme pour l’Amour: & la te
ste Gorgonne, ostant le sentiment,
& mouvement, pour la Mort.


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  • lamentation (~ burial rites) [4.20E+133] Search | Browse Iconclass
  • student love [49B4423] Search | Browse Iconclass
  • Pain, Sorrow, Sadness; 'Dolore', 'Dolore di Zeusi' (Ripa) (+ emblematical representation of concept) [56BB1(+4)] Search | Browse Iconclass
  • Fidelity in Friendship; 'Confermatione dell'Amicitia', 'Fede nell'Amicitia' (Ripa) (+ emblematical representation of concept) [56F231(+4):31E] Search | Browse Iconclass
  • Mortality, Extinction of Life [58BB1] Search | Browse Iconclass
  • historical person (with NAME) other representations to which the NAME of a historical person may be attached (with NAME of person) [61B2(ARESTIUS)3] Search | Browse Iconclass
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EMBLEMA CXCV [=194] .

In formosam fato praereptam.[1]

On a beautiful woman, dead before her time

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Cur puerum Mors ausa dolis es carpere Amorem?
Tela tua ut iaceret: dum propria esse putat.

Death, why did you so audaciously and with evil intent steal from the boy Love? - So that he might shoot your weapons, thinking them his own?

Das CXCV [=194] .

Von einer schönen Jungfrauw die
durch Tod abgieng.

O Tod warumb hast betrogn mit list
Den Knaben dLieb daß er zur frist
Auß seinem Köcher scheußt in eil
Dein tödtlich Gschoß für seine Pfeil.

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1.  The iconography of the emblems ‘De morte et amore’ ([A67a193]) and ‘In formosam fato praereptam’ is confused in many editions.


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