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Cover and page 33: Peter Isselburg, Emblemata Politica (Nürnberg 1617),"Pro Grege". Illustration
courtesy of "Digital Emblematica," Library of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Page 10: Peter Isselburg, Emblemata Politica (Nürnberg 1617), Emblem 7, "Sic Orbis Iter". Illus-
tration courtesy of "Digital Emblematica," Library of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Page 29:Alciatus, Emblematum libellus. Paris: Christian Wechel, 1534, Emblem 22,"Mutuum aux-
ilium" (The halt leading the blind). Illustration courtesy of The Hague, Koninklijke Bibliotheek.
Page 30:Valerius Maximus, Des faits et des paroles mémorables, f. 321r (Koninklijke Bibliotheek,
KB 66 B 13). Illustration courtesy of Koninklijke Bibliotheek,The Hague.
Page 31: Otho Vaenius, Emblemata Horatiana. Amsterdam: Hendrick Wetstein, 1684, Emblem 31,
"Niet te haestig" (Festina lente). Illustration courtesy of Koninklijke Bibliotheek,The Hague,.
Page 31: Printer's device of Reinerius Velpius,"Ingenium plus quam vires". Illustration courtesy
of Koninklijke Bibliotheek,The Hague.
Page 31: Book of Hours, f. 60v (Koninklijke Bibliotheek , KB, 135 E 22): Ostrich with horseshoe
(border decoration). Illustration courtesy of Koninklijke Bibliotheek,The Hague.
Page 32: Geffrey Whitney, A Choice of Emblemes. Leiden: Franciscus Raphelengius, 1586, Emblem
51,"Nil penna sed usus". Illustration courtesy of University Library, Leiden.
Page 32: One of the printer's devices of Daniel Willemsz van der Boxe, "Nil penna sed usus".
Illustration courtesy of Koninklijke Bibliotheek,The Hague.
Page 34: Julius Wilhelm Zincgreff, Emblematum ethico-politicorum centuria. Heidelberg:Theodor
de Bry, 1619, Emblem 2,"Pro Grege" (the watchful dog). Illustration courtesy of Mnemosyne.
Page 34: Giovo's Dialogo dell'Imprese Militari et Amorose. Lyon: Guillaume Rouville, 1574, Emblem,
cranes as vigilance. Illustration courtesy of Koninklijke Bibliotheek,The Hague.
Page 34: Printer's device of Jean Cordier. Illustration courtesy of Koninklijke Bibliotheek,The
Hague.
Page 36: Printer's device used in 1618 by Jan Lamrinck (Franeker). Illustration courtesy of Konin-
klijke Bibliotheek,The Hague.
Page 36: Printer's device used in 1627 by Herman Theunisz Kranepoel (Haarlem). Illustration
courtesy of Mnemosyne.
Page 36: One of several variants of the printer's device that was frequently used by Arnoud Leers
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