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        The First Part of the Institutes of the Lawes of England. Or, a Commentarie upon Littleton, Not the Name of a Lawyer onely, but of the Law it selfe [etc.]. S.T.C. 15784. Folio

      London: Printed for the Society of Stationers, 1628. Modern calf, gilt, one leaf in facsimile, without the portraits and table of consanguinity, some browning and staining, early notations; a working copy First edition of Coke's most single famous work and one of the five greatest books of English law, glossing Littleton's 'Tenures', one of the remaining four, and forming the first part (of four) of his monumental Institutes of English Law

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        Les Fortifications du Chevalier Antoine de Ville, Contenans la Manière de Fortifier Toute Sorte de Places Tant Regulierement, Qu'irregulierement en Quelle Assiete Qu'elles Soient

      - Comme aussi les ponts, passages, entrées de rivieres, ports de mer; La construction de toutes sortes de forts & citadelles; le moyen facile de tracer sur le terrain. Le tout à la moderne, comme il se pratique dans les meilleures places d'Europe, demonstré & calculé par les sinus & logarithmes. Avec l'ataque et les moyens de prendre les places par intelligence, sedition, surprise, stratagème, escalade; les effets de diverses sortes de petards, pour faire sauter les ports, murailles & bastimens; plusieurs instrumens pour rompre les chaines et paux; L'ordre des longs sieges, la construction des forts, & Redoutes, les retranchements des quartiers. Des tranchées, bateries, mantelets, mines & plusieurs inventions nouvelles non jamais escrites. Plus la defense & l'instruction generale pour s'empescher des surprises; les remedes contre la trahison, sedition, revolte; Pour se garantir des escalades; Diverses inventions nouvelles contre le petard; la defense contre les longs sieges & contre les sieges par la force; L'ordre contre les aproches; Des sorties, contre-mines, retranchemens, capitulation, & reddition des places. Le tout representé en cinquante-cinq planches, avec leurs plantes, prospectives, & paisages. Le discours est preuvé par demonstrations, experiences, raisons communes, & physiques, avec les rapports des Histoires anciennes, & modernes. Text: French. [Lyon: Chez Irenee Barlet, 1628]. Limited to 85 numbered copies, this being NO. 25. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        [I]. Self-stryt, dat is Onderlinghe Worstelinghe van Goede ende quade Gedacten door [bound with][II] Veld-Teycken, Alle eerbare longe-luyden toe-geeygent

      Graven-Hage [The Hague]: Adriaen vander Venne und Joost Ockerss. 1628. Three works bound together, the second apparently without title page. Contemporary limp vellum. [I]. First edition. 43, (44)pp. Old ink notations on first blank, printer's device on title, engraved frontispiece and three additional engravings in text. [II]. 1628 edition. 95, (1)pp. Engraved title vignette and four additional engravings in text, terminal printer's device ("Cunst en Boeck-Druckery"), rear blanks heavily chipped, chip removing several letters from page 93. Binding sound and very good, some staining in text, small creases and chips to corners, overall a good copy. .

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        The Unlovelinesse, of Love-Lockes. Or, A Summarie Discourse, prooving: The wearing, and Nourishing of a Locke, or Love-Locke, to be altogether unseemely, and unlawfull unto Christians : In which there are likewise some passages collected ... against Face-painting; the wearing of Supposititious, Poudred, Frizled, or extraordinary long Haire; the inordinate affectation of corporall Beautie: and Womens Mannish, Unnaturall, Impudent, and vnchristian cutting of their Haire; the Epidemicall Vanities, and Vices of our Age

      London: [no name], 1628. First edition. 4to. [24], 63, [1] p. Bound with three other titles by Prynne, in modern brick-red buckram. Ex-library, with bookplate on front pastedown, foot of spine with call number lettered in white. STC 20477 . The Puritan controversialist William Prynne, famous for his attack on the English theater in Histrio-Mastix (1633) , here turns his wrath on the 17th-century fashion of growing one lock of hair longer than the others, calling it "unnaturall" and 'shamefull," characteristic of savages. According to Prynne, Satan used these lovelocks to pull folks down to hell; and those who wore them were "Ruffians, Rovers, Fantastiques, Humourists, Fashion-mongers ... Effeminate, Lascivious, Voluptuous, Singular, or Vaine-glorious persons." Prynne himself, who was later condemned to prison for libel and had his ears cropped off, had to wear his hair long in order to cover up the ear stubs [Bound with:] A Briefe Survay and Censure of Mr Cozens his Couzening Devotions. Proving both the forme and matter of Mr Cozens his Booke of Private Devotions, or the Houres of Prayer, lately published, to be meerely Popish ... [12], 104 pp. London: [T. Cotes], 1628. STC 20455 [And:] God, No Impostor, Nor Deluder. Or, An Answer to a Popish and Arminian Cavill, in the defence of Free-Will, and universall Grace ... [4], 36 pp. [London: Elizabeth Allde], 1630. STC 20461 [And:] The Church of England's Old Antithesis to New Arminianisme ... [48], 280, [40] pp. London: [Augustine Matthewes and Elizabeth Allde for Michael Sparke], 1629. Title page with partial loss of title. STC 20457

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        Plate from 'Academie de l'Espee'

      [Leiden: B. & A. Elzevir 1628 - A fine print from the most sumptuous book on fencing ever produced, which combines a strong design sense with beauty and historical importance, executed by one of the greatest engravers of the day. The image illustrates Thibault's theories of successful fencing using movement and mathematical principles. Thibault's work was produced during a period when the Italian rapier (or epee) held sway. "The Italians discovered the effectiveness of the dexterous use of the point rather than the edge of the sword. By the end of the 16th century, their lighter weapon.and simple, nimble, and controlled fencing style, emphasizing skill and speed rather than force, spread throughout Europe. Most of the wrestling tricks [used in earlier disciplines] were abandoned, the lunge was discovered, and fencing became established as an art" ( Encyclopaedia Britannica ). The present image marks the zenith of the use of the epee in Europe. "In the latter half of the 17th century, the sword and swordsmanship changed dramatically with a change in gentleman's dress. In France the court of Louis XIV set the fashion of silk stockings, breeches, and brocaded coats.As the long trailing rapier was unsuited to this form of dress, fashion decreed the wearing of a light, short court sword. The French style set in throughout Europe as the Italian had done earlier" (op. cit.). Cf. Vigeant p. 125; cf. Willems 302. Copper engraving by Johann Gelle. Very good condition apart from some mild creasing.

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        [patricii Veneti] De Republica Venetorum. Libri quinque. Item synopsis reip. Venete, et alii de eadem discursus politici

      Lugd. Batavorum [Leiden]: Ex Officina Elzeviriana 1628. . 16mo, 431, (1) pp. Engraved title showing a bird’s eye view of Venice, marbled paste downs, armorial bookplate of Lord Sinclair. Contemporary calf, a.e.g., covers with double gilt rules, cornerpieces and a central rose, gilt phoenix to the foot of the spine with the motto Rinasce Piu Gloriosa (“It rises again more glorious”), spine slightly worn. A Venetian diplomat, Contarini was made a Cardinal in 1535 despite being of a decidedly secular bent. The second Elzevir edition. Willems 293. First published 1543.

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        Die Alleen-Spraecke Der Zielen met Godt. Door den Eerw. Heere H. Thomas van Kempen, Regulier der Orden van S. Augustijn. Onlancx uyt het Latijns exemplaer van d'Autheurs handt gheschreven, ghecorrigeert ende verbetert, door den Eerweerdighen Heere P.I.V.S. Priester der Societeyt Iesu. Met verscheyden Figuren verciert, door C.V.Sich voor P.I.P.

      by Ian Maes 1628 - - by Ian Maes, Loven (Leuven) 1628, in 12 (15,5x10,5cm), (8) 135ff. (5)., Un Vol. relié. - Première édition. Illustrée de 20 gravures de C. van Sichem, lettrines, ornementations, et texte dans un encadrement. Impression en gothique. rare. Absent à la BN de France et aux catalogues français. Un exemplaire à la British LIbrary. Broché, emboîtage contemporain en demi maroquin à nerfs fushia. Jacob Stratius (Antwerpen 1559-Leuven 1634) était le recteur du collège jésuite de Leuve, il a notamment écrit des ouvrages de compilation (.Guerres du pays de Flandre). Cet ouvrage de Thomas A Kempis est également une compilation et une édition de Jean Stratius. (8) 135ff. (5). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Plate from 'Academie de l'Espee'

      [Leiden: B. & A. Elzevir 1628 - A fine print from the most sumptuous book on fencing ever produced, which combines a strong design sense with beauty and historical importance, executed by one of the greatest engravers of the day. The image illustrates Thibault's theories of successful fencing using movement and mathematical principles. Thibault's work was produced during a period when the Italian rapier (or epee) held sway. "The Italians discovered the effectiveness of the dexterous use of the point rather than the edge of the sword. By the end of the 16th century, their lighter weapon.and simple, nimble, and controlled fencing style, emphasizing skill and speed rather than force, spread throughout Europe. Most of the wrestling tricks [used in earlier disciplines] were abandoned, the lunge was discovered, and fencing became established as an art" ( Encyclopaedia Britannica ). The present image marks the zenith of the use of the epee in Europe. "In the latter half of the 17th century, the sword and swordsmanship changed dramatically with a change in gentleman's dress. In France the court of Louis XIV set the fashion of silk stockings, breeches, and brocaded coats.As the long trailing rapier was unsuited to this form of dress, fashion decreed the wearing of a light, short court sword. The French style set in throughout Europe as the Italian had done earlier" (op. cit.). Cf. Vigeant p. 125; cf. Willems 302. Copper engraving by Nicolus Petri Lastman. Very good condition apart from several skillfully repaired small losses and tears in the margins.

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        Benedicti Victorii Faventini, Medici Olim ac Philosophi Praestantissimi De Curandis Morbis Ad Tyrones Practica Magna: In Duos Tomos Diuisa: Opus Sane Omnibus Artem Medicam Exercitantibus Utilissimum, in Germania Nusquam Visum,

      Francofurti [Frankfort am Main]: Johan Theobald Schönwetter; Typis Erasmi Kempferi. G : in Good condition. Cover rubbed; spine darkened. Some creasing to corners of feps, which are becoming loose. Text block firm. Ex.-lib. embossed stamps with minimal marking. 1628. A Prima & Antique Editionis. Contemporary Vellum. 180mm x 110mm (7" x 4"). 1106pp, + index. ' ... à multis hucusque desideratum ideoque nunc demum per Petrum Uffenbachium P. & M.D. Reiq. publ. Moenofrancofurdianae Archiatrum, a primae & antiquae editionis mendis emaculatum, summa diligentia reuisum & denuo in lucem emissum dupliciq. indice donatum.'. .

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        Domus Sabaudiae Duobus Membris divisa. Priore Comitum, Posteriore Ducum, Pars Prima - Secunda. Accesserunt variae diversarum rerum & temporum historiae, praecipuè series Archiepiscoporum Tarentasiensium, & domus Borbonicae.

      Ex Typographia Scipionis Iasserme,, Lugduni, 1628 - 2 parti in numerazione continua in un vol. in-8° (178x110mm), pp. (10), 404, (24) di inno alla Vergine Maria di Briançon, di elenco dei Vescovi di Torino, di elenco dei Principi dei Borbone menzionati nell'opera, di indice delle cose notabili. Legatura coeva p. pelle bazzana marmorizzata con filetto dorato inquadrante i piatti. Dorso a 4 nervi con filetti in oro. Stemma sabaudo inciso su rame al frontespizio. Testatine e capilettera istoriati. Annotazioni di possesso antiche ai risguardi. Trascurabili aloni marginali alle ultime pp. Bell'esemplare. Rarissima prima edizione di questi elogi in versi latini dei Conti e dei Duchi di Savoia composti dal Priore della Tarentaise. Le pp. 377-404 contengono una periegesi in versi della città di Ginevra: "Periegesis Rerum Genevae, in qua urbis status temporalis & spiritualis à fundamentis exegetice describitur". Il Manno cita soltanto la seconda emissione del 1630 e scrive: "Il Rossotti cita una edizione del 1628". Il Manno non aveva dunque veduto questa prima edizione e dubitava persino della sua esistenza. SBN / ICCU registra unicamente l'edizione del 1628, censita solo alla Reale e alla Civica di Torino. Manno, I, 19. Merland, XXV, p. 239. Saffroy, III, 49993. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De Universa Muliebrium Morborum Medicina, Novo Et Antehac a Nemine Tentato Ordine Opus Absolutissimum

      Bibliopolio Frobbeniano 1628 - 3rd edition. 4to, contemporary vellum. Folding table. [24], 226, [22]; [4], 541, [41] pages. Internally toned, but clean and unmarked.Rodrigo de Castro (1546-1627) was a Marrano doctor who fled the Inquisition and settled in Hamburg. Friedenwald ('Jewish Luminaries in Medical History', pp 54-56) calls him "one of the foremost physicians in establishing gynaecology in the Renaissance period". The first part of this extensive work treats female anatomy, conception, obstetrics and breast-milk; the second part, describing female diseases, has a section on pregnant women. References: Krivatsky 2287. EJ V, 244. Wellcome II 312.Provenance: Contemporary signature of Olaus Rigelius. From the library of Alfonso Cassuto, a noted collector of books authored by Iberian Jews. Cassuto?s book plate on front paste down. An interesting thought is the impact of the loss of men like Castro on Spain and Portugal and its connection to the downfall of Iberian power in the forthcoming centuries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rabdologiae seu Numerationis per Virgulas libri duo: Cum Appendice de expeditissimo Multiplicationis promptuario. Quibus accessit & Arithmeticae Localis Liber unus

      Nine folding tables (woodcut & letterpress), & numerous woodcut diagrams & tables in the text. 6 p.l., 139 pp., 2 blank leaves. 12mo, cont. mottled calf (very slightly rubbed), panelled in gilt. Leyden: P. Rammasen, 1628. Third edition; this edition is much rarer than the first edition of 1617. This is the first description of a calculating machine. "In 1617 Napier's intense concern for the practicalities of computation led him to publish another book, the Rabdologiae, which contains a number of elementary calculating devices, including the rods known as 'Napier's bones.' These rods, which in essence constitute a mechanical multiplication table, had a considerable vogue for many years after his death."-D.S.B., IX, p. 610-(& see the rest of the article for more details). Nice crisp copy. Dibner 107-(1st ed.). See Printing & the Mind of Man 116-(in this work Napier "announced another important invention, 'Napier's Bones'...They were the precursors of seventeenth-century and modern calculating machines and computers." .

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        GEORGICKS

      Tho Walkley, 1628. [8], 147 pages, decorative title page, The Epistle, Georgicon the first, second, third and fourth book with following annotation. Victorian polished tree calf binding, very good, minimal wear to edges and hinges, gilt line to edges of front and rear boards, bright gilt floral decoration to the spine with a red spine label. Contents clean and tight, neat signature to the top of the front free endpaper and end of the epistle dated 1750, edges cut, minimal trimming occasionally touching the running title line, no foxing. A near fine copy.. First Edition in English. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Dust Jacket. Illus. by R Vaughan Fecit. 16mo.

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        Epitome des preceptes de medecine et chirurgie. Avec ample declaration des remedes propres aux maladies.

      Lovys Loudet,, Rouen, 1628 - Rouen, Lovys Loudet, 1628. 8°. 24 n.n. Bl., 764 S., 1 n.n. Bl. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Hirsch-H. IV, 606. - Dict. hist. de la Medecine III, 716. - Wellcome I, 5038 (für Ausgabe Paris, 1612). - Erste französische Ausgabe gleichzeitig auch in Lyon gedruckt. Erschien erstmals 1612 in Latein. Pigray (1532 oder 1533-1613) war Schüler von Ambrois Pare. Nach Militärdiensten wurde er Leibchirurg von Charles IX, Henri II und Henri IV. - Das Buch, eine eigentliche Zusammenfassung des Werkes von Pare, wurde in Französisch geschrieben, jedoch vom Autor selbst für den Druck in Latein übersetzt. - Wurde bis zum Ende des 17. Jahrhunderts mehrfach nachgedruckt. - Papier leicht fleckig. Am oberen Rand stellenweise knapp beschnitten. handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk auf dem Titel. Sprache: N Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Onomasticum romanum.

      ex Typ. Fr. Corbelletti,, Romae, 1628 - Cm. 16, pp. (16) + 1568 (num. per colonne). Bell'antiporta incisa in rame e stemma gesuitico al frontespizio. Bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida con piatti inquadrati da doppio filetto ed armi centrali in oro. Tagli rossi. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Etichetta ed un timbro di biblioteca religiosa estinta al frontespizio, Edizione originale di questo celebre dizionario fraseologico italiano-latino. Cfr. Lozzi (3795). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opera mathematica ou Oeuvres mathématiques traictans de géométrie, perspective, architecture, et fortification. De nouveau reveüe, augmentée et corrigée par Albert Girard.

      JAN JANSSEN, AMSTERDAM 1628 - Titre gravé général, titre gravé-[4]-53-[1] pp., 37 (sur 42) pl. + 5 pl.; titre gravé-[2]-46 pp., 40 + 2 pl. bis et 1 tableau. Paru pour la première fois à Den Haag chez Hondius en 1614, cet ouvrage de référence se compose de 4 parties rarement réunies : géométrie (dont l'optique), perspective (par Vredeman de Vries), architecture et fortification. # Cockle 821 ("Fortification" seule); # Graesse IV-409 ("Perspective" seule). Entièrement lavé et doublé par endroits (faux-titre remonté, titres gravés et qqs pl.), cet exemplaire comprend un titre général daté 1628 et 2 parties illustrées de 85 planches montées sur onglets : "Géométrie", avec titre propre gravé (Amst., Janssen, 1628), 37 (sur 42) doubles pages numérotées suivies de 5 planches non numérotées sur le même sujet,- et "Fortification", avec titre propre gravé (Amst., Janssen, 1627) et 42 doubles pages num. suivies d'un tableau. 1 volumes. Reliure 19e : plein veau glacé brun, larges motifs fleuragés, roul. et fleurons à froid sur les plats, dos à nerfs fleuronné à froid, tranches rouges

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        Lisbona.

      Basle 1628 - Image Size : 220x360 (mm), 8.625x14.125 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : 370x440 (mm), 14.5x17.25 (Inches), Hand Colored, Wood Engraving

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        patricii Veneti] De Republica Venetorum. Libri quinque. Item synopsis reip. Venete, et alii de eadem discursus politici.

      Lugd. Batavorum Leiden: Ex Officina Elzeviriana 1628 - 16mo, 431, (1) pp. Engraved title showing a bird’s eye view of Venice, marbled paste downs, armorial bookplate of Lord Sinclair. Contemporary calf, a.e.g., covers with double gilt rules, cornerpieces and a central rose, gilt phoenix to the foot of the spine with the motto Rinasce Piu Gloriosa ("It rises again more glorious"), spine slightly worn. A Venetian diplomat, Contarini was made a Cardinal in 1535 despite being of a decidedly secular bent. The second Elzevir edition. Willems 293. First published 1543.

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        Unpublished archive of 56 royal decrees signed by Philip III and Philip IV (some with a stamp) to the Audiencia of Guatemala. Manuscripts on paper, in Spanish.

      Signed at Valladolid, Madrid, San Lorenzo, etc., , @18 May 1600 to 15 June 1628. - Written in ink, in a variety of small, even, very legible hands. Folio (30.2 x 21 cm.), 99 leaves carefully removed from a bound volume and now stored in mylar sleeves in a blue cloth slipcase with 2 black leather spine labels. In very good condition. ---- The documents represent a remarkable, unpublished source for the history of the High Court of Guatemala during the first quarter of the seventeenth century, covering such subjects as the conquest and pacification of Indians in Honduras, granting of @encomiendas, diversion of royal monies, establishment of missions and convents, and disciplining of politically active priests. Through them we find out what the "local customs" of patronage and of usurpation of royal prerogative were. Through the reiteration of previously issued decrees we discover which decrees the court was ignoring, using the famous doctrine of "obedezco pero no cumplo." Through these decrees we glimpse royal patronage and royal displeasure.The broad categories are requests for information, demands for action, and orders ending existing practices. An example of the Crown's requests for information is a decree of 4 December 1601. The king sometimes received complaints that were best handled extra-judicially, often involving political activities of clerics, over whom the civil and criminal courts did not have jurisdiction and with whom, the authorities felt, the ecclesiastical courts would deal ineffectively. In one case, the governor of Honduras complained to the king that the dean of the church in Comayagua was disrupting attempts to recruit men for the defense of the port of Trujillo. The king expected that the @audiencia's information would be unbiased because of its physical and emotional distance from the local politics and squabbling in Honduras.An example of the Crown's demands for action is an ominous inquiry handed down on 28 June 1621. The king had "discovered" that "foreigners" were living in the New World. Since they were there illegally, he demanded a list of them and inventories of their possessions and land holdings. This was the beginning of the oppression of Portuguese settlers who had moved to the New World during the "Babylonian Captivity" of Portugal by Spain. Usually, however, the royal demands for action were grants of royal patronage or largesse, such as the order dated 10 July 1600, requiring the @audiencia to administer the terms of Philip's decree granting money to the cathedral in Santiago. On 4 July 1601, he ordered the court to give a chalice and bell to the mission church in Trindad de Sonsanate.The Crown was fully aware that the distance between it and its New World provinces would result in the development of local customs and practices. To a large extent, it tolerated these deviations. For example, on 31 May 1600, Philip accepted the @audiencia's appointment of the majordomo of the Royal Hospital. At other times, however, the Crown ordered the end of "local practices": on 12 December 1619, the king ordered the @audiencia to stop subdividing @encomiendas and parceling the subsections out as parts of government pensions.According to Clarence Haring (dean of American scholars of colonial Latin America in the 1940s-1950s), the @audiencia (high court) was "the most important and interesting institution in the government of the Spanish Indies." It was, he notes, "the center, the core, of the administrative system, the principal curb upon oppression and illegality of the viceroys and other governors." The first @audiencia was established in 1508 in Santo Domingo. Others sprang up as the Spaniards explored and settled the Americas. The Audiencia of Guatemala, which came into existence on 20 November 1542, through the New Laws, had a troubled and peripatetic beginning. The present collection documents various unstudied aspects of the presidencies of Dr. Alonso Criado de Castilla (1598-1611), D. Antonio Pérez Ayala Castilla y Rojas (1611-26) and Dr. Diego de Acuña (1626-33). More detaile [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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