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Abra de Raconis, Charles François d’, 87, 94, 280n29, 280n35, 280n58, 280n61, 281n69 Academia naturae curiosorum (Academy of those Curious about Nature; Leopoldina), 41–­ 42 Académie française dictionary, 1694, 3 Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture, 13 Accademia del Disegno, 118, 120 accident: in Chéron and Gaultier ’s Typus, 94, 94 (fig. 62), 269 (Appendix 2, VI, segment 3, 19); in Colutius and Bianchi’s Logicae universae typus, 80, 245 (Appendix 2, IV, segment 1, 2); in Meurisse and Gaultier’s Descriptio, 94, 218 (Appendix 2, I, segment 2, 10); in Meurisse and Gaultier’s Laurus metaphysica, 242 (Appendix 2, III, segment 4, 10) Adam, 128, 137–­ 38, 138 (fig. 115) Aegidien school, Braunschweig, Germany, 41 Aelhuijsen, Johannes van, album of, 168 (fig. 160), 169 Alberti, Leon Battista, 120, 183 album amicorum (friendship album), 3, 38, 115, 127, 143, 164, 166–­ 71, 284n60; Aristotle in, 166 (fig. 155); de Gheyn II drawing in, 167 (fig. 158); Eloquentiae Latinae Triumphus in, 168 (fig. 160), 169; Fortune in, 167, 167 (fig. 157); friendship in, 166–­ 67, 166 (figs. 155, 156); Homo bulla in, 168 (fig. 159), 169; humor in, 38, 169–­ 70; memento mori in, 167; of van Valckenisse family, 287n60. See also Stammbuch; Vriedenboek Alcibiades, 143, 145 Aldrovandi, Ulisse, 67 Alembert, Jean le Rond d’, Encyclop édie, 69, 279n112 Alexander the Great, 89, 89 (fig. 48), 90 allegory, 1, 15–­ 16, 17, 28–­ 34, 48–­ 52, 53 (fig. 22), 71, 274n45, 275n84, 285n7 alphabet, 53–­ 54, 54 (fig. 23), 119–­ 20. See also calligraphic lettering Altdorfer, Albrecht, 33–­ 34 Amiens Cathedral, 18, 19 (fig. 8) Anagni, cathedral of, 275n84 analogy, 37, 121, 125, 130, 133, 202; in Chéron and Gaultier’s Typus, 89, 97, 97 (fig. 68), 269 (Appendix 2, VI, segment 3, 26); and Colutius and Bianchi’s Logicae universae typus, 82, 84; in Meurisse and Gaultier’s Descriptio, 97, 97 (fig. 67), 99, 111, 143, 159, 221 (Appendix 2, I, segment 2, 45); in Winkelmann’s Logica memorativa , 110 (fig. 88), 111, 111 (fig. 89), 112 (fig. 90) anatomical woodcuts, 54–­ 58 anatomy, 54–­ 58, 134, 135, 135 (figs. 108, 109, 110) Andreae, Hieronymus, 174, 175, 180 Anne (queen of Austria), 61, 215 Annonciades, 211 Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke, 127 Apin, Siegmund Jacob, 37, 47; and Buno, 48; cabinet of curiosities of, 66–­ 68; on Chéron and Gaultier’s Typus, 52–­ 53, 68; collection of printed curiosities of, 166; Dissertatio de variis discendi methodis memoriae causa inventis earumque usu et abusu, 41–­ 72, 111; and Meurisse and Gaultier’s Synopsis, 52, 58–­ 59; and Morhof, 68–­ 69; and Murner, 58; on problems with philosophical images, 37, 41, 53, 66–­ 71; and Tabula Cebetis, 48; and Vesalius, 45, 54; and Winkelmann, 69 apprehension, 77, 80, 82, 82 (fig. 40), 98–­ 99, 99 (fig. 73), 221 (Appendix 2, I, segment 3, 17), 249 (Appendix 2, IV, segment 5, 4–­ 5), 269 (Appendix 2, VI, segment 4, 2) Apuleius of Madaura, On Interpretation , 147 arabesques: in Dürer and Pirckheimer ’s Triumphal Chariot, 174 (fig. 165), 175–­ 80, 175 (fig. 166); in The Prayer Book of Emperor Maximilian I, 176, 177 (fig. 169), 178 argumentation: and van Campen, 160 (fig. 139), 160–­ 61; in Chéron and Gaultier’s Typus, 104–­5, 107, 107 (fig. 86); and Colutius and Bianchi’s Logicae universae typus, 80, 83, 250 (Appendix 2, IV, segment 3, 1), 251 (Appendix 2, IV, segment 3, 8); in Meurisse and Gaultier’s Descriptio, 102 (fig. 79), 107, 222 (Appendix 2, I, segment 4, 5) Ariew, Roger, 280n24 Aristotelianism, 3, 38, 87, 136; and Catholic church, 34–­ 35; and Chéron and Gaultier’s Typus, 77, 109; and cognition, 98, 180–­ 83; and Colutius and Bianchi’s Logicae universae typus, 79, 84; and curricula, 5, 36, 87, 136; and Descartes, 36, 184, 187; and earth and cosmos, 136, 170–­ 71; and Franciscans, 87, 122, 129; and generation, 200–­ 201; and Hobbes, 187–­ 88, 203, 206–­ 9; and Ludot, 75; matter, privation, and form in, 200–­ 203, 203 (fig. 191), 206; and Meurisse and Gaultier’s Descriptio, 20, 77, 87, 92; and Meurisse and Gaultier’s Synopsis, 4, 182; and psychology, 180; Scotist, 87, 122, 129; and sensory data and intellect, 98; and stemmata , 17; and student notebooks, 38; and Testa, 13; and theology, 34–­ 35; visual representation in, 3, 5, 200; and Zabarella, 286n21 Aristotle: attacks on, 34–­ 37; and cabinets of curiosities, 67; and van Cantelbeke, 128, 140; Categories , 77...


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