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Messire Frãcois Petracque Des remedes de lune et lautre fortune, prospere et aduerse.

Main Author: Petrarca, Francesco, 1304-1374.
Language(s): French
Published: Nouuellemẽt imprime a Paris : Denis Ianot, 1534.
Subjects: Conduct of life > Early works to 1800.
Woodcuts > France > 16th century.
Note: Signatures:
Architectural t.p. border with figures associated with the theme of love. Incorporated in the border are the name of the printer Denys Janot, his monogram, thistle device, and mottoes, as well as the unidentified artist's monogram JF(?). Eleven ill., 2 of them with added decorative borders (P1r, BB3r). Decorated initials.
Title in red and black. Printed in 2 columns to a page. Throughout the text an allegory's name is preceded by a cinquefoil, its following speech by a fleur-de-lys.
Third ed. of the 1st French translation. The translation is by Jean Daudin, despite being attributed to Nicolas Oresme in the Prologue (ã6r); see Mortimer.
Physical Description: [360] p. (the last 3 blank) : ill. (woodcuts) ; 32 cm. (fol.)
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