volume 39, issue 1, P26-33 2009
DOI: 10.1163/157006909x404609
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Abstract: Th e fourth edition of the French translation of Francesco Colonna's Poliphilus, published in  (reprinted in or shortly after ) is the least known. Closer examination reveals that the editor of this fourth edition, François Béroalde de Verville, added various paratexts. In so doing he not only placed the original text in an alchemical atmosphere (quite in accordance with the mannerist ideas of his time), but also treated it as an iconographic manual.

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