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Commentary on Emblem 110The emblem is based on an epigram in the Greek Anthology 16.201.
This emblem first appeared in the unauthorized edition of 1531. We give the illustration which first appeared on sig E1v. In the first authorized edition of 1534 the illustration appeared on page 86. In another (uncorrected) version of the woodcut Anteros appears with wings.
There is a French translation of this emblem by Lefevre, conventionally numbered 81 in the unpaged edition of Paris: Wechel, 1536 at the Glasgow University emblem site. You may compare the Latin and French in frames.
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