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Saavedra Fajardo, Diego de
Saavedra Y Fajardo: Idea Principis Christiano-Politici 1650 - 103 Textkupfer
Coloniae [Cologne] Apud Constantinum Munich, 1650. Item details Idea Principis Christiano-Politici Centum Symbolis Expressa. Saavedra Fajardo, Diego de: Coloniae [Cologne] Apud Constantinum Munich, Ao 1650 [1649]. Copper title, 11 (instead of 12) sheets, 795, (1) pages, 2 sheets and 103 copper in the text Duodez (12 x 7 cm). Simple brown leather strap of the time on 5 frets with handwritten paper back plate and delicate embossed jewelry. Language: German Order number: 10017 Remarks: * "The writer Saavedra y Fajardo emerged primarily as a political thinker. His main work in this area is the Idea de un príncipe político cristiano representada en cien empresas (Idea of ​​a political-Christian prince, presented in 100 emblems), which appeared in Spanish in Munich in 1640. The idea is in the tradition of the "emblem books", a literary genre that the Italian humanist Andrea Alciato founded with his emblematum liber, which had been translated into Spanish in 1549. Saavedra's learned work was also influenced by another collection of emblems, the Emblemata politica by Jacob von Bruck-Angermund (Strasbourg and Cologne, 1618). Saavedra's intention was to create a moral-philosophical guide for the political education of a Christian prince and ruler. "(Wikipedia) VD17 12: 639089Q; Praz, p. 484; Landwehr 516 - The coppers are attributed to Johann Sadeler. - first Latin edition published in Germany - year of publication on the copper title: 1650; Year of publication on the missing printed title: 1649 - translated from Spanish - cover little rubbed, lower front corners somewhat bumped, sma … [Click Below for Full Description]
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