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Imago saeculi

Imago saeculi

the image of the age, represented in four characters, viz. the ambitious statesman, the insatiable miser, the athisticall gallant, the factious schismatick : to which is added a pindarique elegie on the most learned and famous pysitian Dr. Willis

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Published by Printed by H.H. & L.L. for John Nixon in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesImage of the age
Statementby N. W.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1320:25.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[1], 108 p.
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16792499M

Art, Controversy, and the Jesuits is a big study of one of the most important and intriguing books the Jesuits ever published, the Imago primi saeculi. 17 The Imago was written and published in by the Flemish Jesuits, as part of the Society’s worldwide celebration of its centenary. It is a magnificent volume of folio-sized pages of. See Nienke Tjoelker, “Jesuit Image Rhetoric in Latin and the Vernacular: The Latin and Dutch Emblems of the Imago primi saeculi,” Renæssanceforum 6 (): 97–; and John W. O’Malley, S.J., ed., Art, Controversy, and the Jesuits: The Imago primi saeculi () (Philadelphia: Saint Joseph’s University Press), reviewed by Mia.

Get this from a library! Imago saeculi: the image of the age, represented in four characters, viz. the ambitious statesman, the insatiable miser, the athisticall gallant, the factious schismatick: to which is added a pindarique elegie on the most learned and famous pysitian Dr. Willis. [N. W.].   L'Imago primi saeculi () e il signicato dell'immagine allegorica nella Compagnia di Gesu: Genesi e fortuna del libro.

Reseña del editor. In the Society of Jesus observed the centenary of its founding with elaborate celebrations worldwide. The most lasting monument from the occasion is the Imago primi saeculi Societatis Iesu, a magnificent volume of folio-sized pages of poetry, prose, and exquisite copperplate engravings published by the prestigious Plantin-Moretus Press, Antwerp, in a Latin. : Art, Controversy, and the Jesuits: The Imago Primi Saeculi () (Early Modern Catholicism and the Visual Arts) () and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.


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The Imago, a book intended for the edification of both Jesuits and laypersons, combines sophisticated Latin and Greek poetry and prose with engravings intended to instruct and inspire. The most lasting monument from the occasion is the Imago primi saeculi Societatis Iesu, a magnificent volume of folio-sized pages of poetry, prose, and exquisite copperplate engravings published by the prestigious Plantin-Moretus Press, Antwerp, in a Latin.

The most lasting monument from the occasion is the Imago primi saeculi Societatis Iesu, a magnificent volume of folio-sized pages of poetry, prose, and exquisite copperplate engravings published by the prestigious Plantin-Moretus Press, Antwerp, in a Latin 4/5(1).

Add tags for "Imago primi saeculi Societatis Iesu". The Imago contains emblems and is arranged into six sections; it was also composed “in the two most productive decades of Jesuit emblem book production, between andwhen Jesuit emblem books were published (qtd. Daly and Dimler, Jesuit Emblem in.

The Imago Primi Saeculi Societatis Iesv () is, perhaps, the most beautiful book of emblems published by the Jesuits in the seventeenth century. The book is a festive commemoration offered by the priests and students of the Flemish-Belgian Province in celebration of the centenary of the founding of the Society of Jesus.

The Imago Primi Saeculi Societatis Iesv () is, perhaps, the most beautiful book of emblems published by the Jesuits in the seventeenth century. The book is a festive commemoration offered by. ABSTRACT: The Imago Primi Saeculi Societatis Iesv() is, perhaps, the most beautiful book of emblems published by the Jesuits in the seventeenth century.

The book is a festive com- memoration offered by the priests and students of the Flemish-Belgian Province in celebration of the centenary of the founding of the Society of Jesus.

The most lasting monument from the occasion is the Imago primi saeculi Societatis Iesu, a magnificent volume of folio -sized pages of poetry, prose, and exquisite copperplate engravings published by the prestigious Plantin-Moretus Press, Antwerp, in a Latin.

Published in to celebrate the centenary of the Jesuit Order, the Imago Primi Saeculi is a lavish volume relating the history of the Company containing also a number of emblems adorned with wealthy ornamental frames. During the festivities, some of these emblems have been displayed in the Jesuit church of Antwerp, along with a decoration.

Format: Book, EBook, Engravings, Emblem Books, Emblems (Allegorical Pictures); LOC call number: BXA2 I43 ; Published: Antuerpiae: Ex officina Plantiniana. blem books of Jesuits such as Jeremias Drexel and Henricus Engelgrave made the genre highly popular in the early years of the century, and their most influential expression was the Imago Primi Saeculi (), in celebra-tion of the first centenary of the Jesuit order.2 In the last few decades, schol.

The most lasting monument from the occasion is the Imago primi saeculi Societatis Iesu, a magnificent volume of folio-sized pages of poetry, prose, and exquisite copperplate engravings published by the prestigious Plantin-Moretus Press, Antwerp, in a Latin edition, followed later that year by a Dutch adaptation.

By Johannes Bolland, Jean de Tollenaer and others. Each book is followed by Exercitatio poetica (Latin verse, some Greek, Hebrew) by Sidronius de Hossche, Jacques van de Walle and others. Imago primi saecvli Societatis Iesu a Provincia Flandro-Belgica eiusdem Societatis repraesentata.

[Image of the First Century of the Society of Jesus] FIRST EDITION of one of the most important and celebrated texts of the Jesuits; a seminal text in spreading the influence of.

This edition published in by ex officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti in Antverpiae. Abraham Ortelius (/ ɔːr ˈ t iː l i ə s /; also Ortels, Orthellius, Wortels; 14 April – 28 June ) was a Brabantian cartographer and geographer, conventionally recognized as the creator of the first modern atlas, the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Theatre of the World).Ortelius is often considered one of the founders of the Netherlandish school of cartography and one of the most.

Engraved historiated t.p. by Cornelis Galle after Philippe Fruytiers Work of Joannes Bollandus and Godefridus Henschenius, but has been ascribed to Jean de Tollenaer. Each book is followed by Exercitatio poetica (Latin and Greek verse) by Sidronius de Hossche, Jacques van de Walle, and others, illustrated by engraved emblems.

Early modern Catholicism and the visual arts series, volume in very good condition. Binding has some minor signs of use here and there. Complete with DVD. **) Inthe Society of Jesus de Imago primi saeculi Societatis Iesu published a monumental book with folio-format pp.

with poetry, prose and gorgeous copper engravings. The book became subject to the religious war that lead. The Imago primi saeculi Societatis Iesu is unquestionably one of the most impressive emblem books ever published in early modern times.

It was the felicitous result of an intensive collaboration between Jesuit authors and closely associated craftsmen. Working under great time pressure, the editors stretched their organizational talents to make. The Imago primi saeculi Societatis Iesu as Emblematic Self-Presentation and Commitment / Marc Van Vaeck, Toon Van Houdt, and Lien Roggen Introductions to the Latin, Greek, and Hebrew poetry / Michael C.J.

Putnam, Alexander Sens, and James P.M. Walsh, S.J.As if by coincidence, the Lessius biography was published inthe year in which the Society celebrated its first centennial with the publication of the lavish Imago primi saeculi Societatis Iesu by the Flemish Jesuits.

19 The provincial of the Flemish province, Joannes de Tollenaere (–), wanted the jubilee to be remembered in a book representing the glorious history of the Society for future .Imago: Finally, we see the Ooloi perspective Originally published at Fantasy Literature Imago () is the third book in Octavia Butler’s XENOGENESIS trilogy.

It concludes the story begun with the human woman Lilith in Dawn () and continued with her Oankali-human ‘construct’ son Akin in /5().