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Iconologia or, Moral emblems : wherein are express'd, various images of virtues, vices, passions, arts, humours, elements and celestial bodies, as design'd by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and modern Italians, useful for orators, poets, painters, sculptors, and all lovers of ingenuity : illustrated with three hundred twenty-six humane figures, with their explanations, newly design'd and engraven on copper, by I. Fuller, painter, and other masters. Preview this item
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Iconologia or, Moral emblems : wherein are express'd, various images of virtues, vices, passions, arts, humours, elements and celestial bodies, as design'd by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and modern Italians, useful for orators, poets, painters, sculptors, and all lovers of ingenuity : illustrated with three hundred twenty-six humane figures, with their explanations, newly design'd and engraven on copper, by I. Fuller, painter, and other masters.

Author: Cesare Ripa; Pierce Tempest; Isaac Fuller
Publisher: London : Printed by B. Motte, 1709.
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Ripa, Cesare, 1560-1645.
Iconologia or, Moral emblems.
London : Printed by B. Motte, 1709
(OCoLC)891123413
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cesare Ripa; Pierce Tempest; Isaac Fuller
OCLC Number: 4215479
Notes: Text on verso of plates.
First edition in Italian was published in Rome, without illustrations.
Description: [9] 81 pages : 326 emblems on 81 plates ; 24 cm
Other Titles: Moral emblems
Responsibility: by Caesar Ripa ; by the care and at the charge of P. Tempest.

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