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Liber facetiarum

Liber facetiarum

being a collection of curious and interesting anecdotes...

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Published by Published by C. Williams, no. 8, State-street. Watson & Bangs, printers in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anecdotes.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN6261 .L5 1811
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, [5]-336 p.
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6361665M
    LC Control Number37033071
    OCLC/WorldCa2469460

    Latin, liber (“ book ”) + amīcōrum (“ of friends ”), genitive plural of amīcus (“ friend ”). Noun. liber amicorum (plural libri amicorum) An early form of autograph book that originated in Germany. Synonyms. album amicorum. Yet, for all these accomplishments, Poggio ended up being best known for a book of jokes. The Liber Facetiarum, usually called simply the Facetiae, was the first volume of its kind to be published.

    Notes: , Liber Facetiarum: Being a Collection of Curious and Interesting Anecdotes, Quote Page , Printed by and for D. Akenhead and Sons, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England. The ‘Otia Imperialia’ is the only work of his which is now known to exist. Besides this book and the ‘Facetiarum Liber’ he also wrote a book entitled ‘De transita B. Virginis et gestis discipulorum’ (Otia, i. , , ). For a long time he was believed to be the author of the ‘Dialogus de Scaccario’ and the lost.

    The Liber Linteus Zagrabiensis (Latin for "Linen Book of Zagreb", also rarely known as Liber Agramensis, "Book of Agram") is the longest Etruscan text and the only extant linen book, dated to the 3rd century BCE. It remains mostly untranslated because of the lack of knowledge about the Etruscan language, though the few words which can be understood indicate that the text is most likely a. Other articles where Liber quadratorum is discussed: Fibonacci: Contributions to number theory: He dedicated his Liber quadratorum (; “Book of Square Numbers”) to Frederick. Devoted entirely to Diophantine equations of the second degree (i.e., containing squares), the Liber quadratorum is considered Fibonacci’s masterpiece. It is a systematically arranged collection of theorems, many.


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Condition: New. Liber Facetiarum. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller |. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Liber facetiarum. Boston: C. Williams, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource. Define liber. liber synonyms, liber pronunciation, liber translation, English dictionary definition of liber.

n a rare name for phloem. 12 The publication of this era which most probably has influenced these fables, is the "Liber Facetiarum," l3 a book consisting of a hundred jests and stories. Genre/Form: Anecdotes: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Liber facetiarum.

Boston: Published by C. Williams, no. 8, State-street. Watson & Bangs, printers, He also penned a volume for the son Liber facetiarum book King Henry II, which was titled Liber facetiarum (‘Book of entertainment’), though this work is now lost.

What follows is some of the text from the Speculum Regale which has been translated into English. “There happened in the borough of Cloera, one Sunday, while the people were at Mass, a marvel. For the latter he composed a Liber facetiarum (‘Book of entertainment’), now lost, as well as the basis for what would become the Otia Imperialia.

He also served Henry's uncle William of Champagne, Archbishop of Reims (where Gervase's famous attempt to seduce an unwilling girl precipitated her condemnation by the archbishop as a cathar).

For the latter he composed a Liber facetiarum (‘Book of entertainment’), now lost, as well as the basis for what would become the Otia Imperialia.

He also served Henry's uncle William of Champagne, Archbishop of Reims (Gervase's attempt at dalliance with a reticent girl precipitated her condemnation by the archbishop as a cathar). All of them seem to have disappeared, except for a translation of excerpts from an Italian volume, the Liber Facetiarum (Book of Humor), a collection of "jocose tales" in Latin compiled Author: Judith Stone.

Les facéties de Poge, traduction du Liber facetiarum de Poggio Bracciolini [Book Review] Katherine Rondou Revue Belge de Philologie Et D’Histoire 82 (3) (). After being widely distributed in Italy, Poggio Bracciolini’s "Liber facetiarum" soon enjoyed great success in France.

This was largely due to Guillaume Tardif’s translation, which was frequently reprinted in the sixteenth century. InAnatole de Montaiglon based his edition on the version printed by Olivier Arnouillet in Lyons. A copy of Liber Facetiarum, a fascinating collection of short quips and anecdotes.

Rare and an unusual local imprint to boot. With anecdotes on a huge range of topics including burial in South America, avarice and fleas in Shrewsbury. The first edition. CONDITION. Yet, for all these accomplishments, Poggio ended up being best known for a book of jokes.

The Liber Facetiarum, usually called simply the Facetiae, was. Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. LIBER CCXXXI (This book is true up to the grade of Adeptus Exemptus.

V.V.V.V.V. 8°, 3 o.) 0. A, the heart of IAO, dwelleth in ecstasy in the secret place of the thunders. Between Asar and A si he abideth in joy. The lightnings increased and the Lord Tahuti stood forth. The Voice came from the Silence.

Then the One ran and returned. Size: KB. Liber Chronicorum: textum Masoreticum accuratissime expressit, e fontibus Masorae varie illustravit, notis criticis confirmavit [Reprint] ()[Leatherbound] Baer, S. (Seligmann), ,Delitzsch, Friedrich, The book “Liber Facetiarum: It was a saying of the late Duke of Wellington, “that those who were good at excuses were seldom good at anything else.Liber Facetiarum: Being a Collection of Curious and Interesting Anecdotes, Quote PagePrinted by and for D.

Akenhead and Sons, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England. Full text of "Liber facetiarum: being a collection of curious and interesting anecdotes." See other formats. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Otia Imperialia ("Recreation for an Emperor") is an early 13th-century encyclopedic work, the best known work of Gervase of is an example of Speculum known as the "Book of Marvels", it primarily concerns the three fields of history, geography, and physics, but its credibility has been questioned by numerous scholars including philosopher Gottfried Leibniz, who was.Stop Me If You've Heard This is the first book to trace the evolution of the joke from the stand-up comics of ancient Athens to the comedy-club Seinfelds of today.

Cropping up en route are such unforgettable figures as Poggio, a Renaissance papal secretary and sexual adventurer; and Gershon Legman, the FBI-hounded psychoanalyst of dirty jokes/5.