Bucker Bu.131 Jungmann variants by L.F Sarjeant L.F

By L.F Sarjeant L.F

;Bucker Bu.131 Jungmann versions [Aircraft Profile 222] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Bucker Bu.131 Jungmann editions Автор: L.F Sarjeant L.F Серия: airplane Profile 222 Издательство: Profile guides Ltd Год издания: 1971 Страниц:25 Формат: PDF в rarЯзык: английский Размер: 16.90 Мб Для сайта: Мир книгBucker Bu.131 Jungmann был первым самолетом, выпущенным компанией Bucker Flugzeugbau. Этот двухместный учебно-тренировочный самолет хорошо показал себя, и производилась как для Люфтваффе, так и для гражданского примененияifolder.ru.com zero

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34 References in parentheses are to the Latin edition of C. Fantazzi and C. Matheeusen, with the translation of C. Fantazzi (Vives 1996), which is that cited in the main text. I have avoided reproducing the Latin text itself except where necessary, but have indicated in the notes the page and line numbers of the passages quoted. Given the intrinsic interest of the anonymous Spanish translation of 1529 – declaredly a revision of Juan Justiniano’s of 1528, but in practice often an appropriation of it – this Spanish version is cited in the notes.

For his third ‘condición buena’, however, Córdoba intercalates a quality not mentioned in Egidius: that of being ‘obsequiosas’ (203). What is in Egidius the third point in the list of laudabilia becomes in Córdoba the ‘[condición] indiferente’, namely quia communiter nimis excedunt. Unde cum sunt piae, sunt valde piae & cum sunt crudeles, sunt valde crudeles & cum sunt inverecunde, sunt nimis inverecunde. Postquam enim mulieres audaciam capiunt, tanta turpia perpetrant, quam vix invenirentur viri adeo inverecundi ut possint turpia operari.

20 Córdoba chooses to ignore this important passage and picks up Egidius a few lines later when he lists the laudabilia and vituperabilia to be found in women. He follows his source for the first two laudable characteristics. These are, firstly, that ‘plurimum contingit foeminas verecundas esse’, which is explained by two causes, ex appetitu laudis and ex timiditate cordis (160v); here Córdoba translates verecundas as ‘vergonçosas’ and attributes this quality to ‘el apetito del loor & [. ] porque son flacas & temerosas de coraçón’ (193).

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