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Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, MS lat. 12048, fol. 1v. On this MS, extremely rich in representations of animals, see E. , 9, 11, 14, 24, 89–90, 228–30, and pls. 153–59. A nomen sacrum is a religious term (in this case domini, ‘‘the Lord’s’’) written for reverential reasons in abbreviated form. [ ∂π ] leofranc holford-strevens 103.
The equation was transvalued in Nicolò Franco’s letter ‘‘a le puttane,’’ declaring that courtesans are the true Sirens, drawing sailors with sweetness to their delights; evenUlysses’s prudence recognized in the end that it was greater wisdom to let himself be defeated than to seek victory over people (‘‘essere sapienza maggiore il farsi uincere, che uoler uincere si fatta gente’’): Nicolò Franco, Le pistole vulgari (Venice: Antonio Gardane, 1542; repr. ed. Francesca Romana de’ Angelis, ‘‘Libri di Lettere’’ del Cinquecento [Ferrara: Arnaldo Forni, 1986], no.
Bestiary, s. xiii, England. Cambridge University Library, MS Ii. 4. 26, fol. 39r. By permission of the Syndics of Cambridge University Library. 113 At Cambridge University Library, MS Ii. 4. 26, fol. 39r the text retains volatilis, but the illustration shows a hybrid Siren with wings hanging from her waist and bird-like feet, but an enormous ﬁshtail held in her left hand and a whole ﬁsh dangling from her right (ﬁg. 6. Brunetto Latini, Li livres dou tresor, s. xiv, France. London, British Library, MS Yates Thompson 19, fol.