[Latin instruction cards]
- [Latin instruction cards]
- Published / Created
- [ca. 1650]
- Publication Place
Composition of Deck: 39 of 52 [A, K, Q, J, 10-2], lacking ace of marigolds; jack of shields; king of quatrefoils, queen of marigolds; 6, 2 of grapes; 10, 9, 2 of shields; 7, 3 of quatrefoils; 10, 6 of marigolds.
Court Cards: Ks (except king of marigolds), Qs seated.
Notes and References: A single French suit sign appears at the bottom of each card. The cards are intended to provide instruction in Latin. Pips are incorporated into the design of each card. D. Hoffmann 1973, fig. 71a; Lady Schreiber 1892, I, 12.
Stance of Court Cards: Single Figure
Suit System: grapes, shields, quatrefoils, marigolds
Type: Original Design
- 96 x 60 mm.
- Extent of Digitization
- Completely digitized
Subjects, Formats, And Genres
- still image
- Playing cards
- Subject (Topic)
- Latin language --Study and teaching --17th century
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