The Orbis Pictus
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The Orbis Pictus

By Johann Amos Comenius
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  • THE
  • ORBIS PICTUS
    • John Amos Comenius.
      • Editor’s Preface.
      • Comments upon the Orbis Pictus.
      • The Author’s Preface to the Reader.
      • The Translator, to all judicious and industrious School-Masters.
      • An Advertisement Concerning this Edition.
    • Editor’s Preface.
    • Comments upon the Orbis Pictus.
    • The Author’s Preface to the Reader.
    • The Translator, to all judicious and industrious School-Masters.
    • An Advertisement Concerning this Edition.
    • Orbis Sensualium Pictus,
      • A World of Things Obvious to the Senses drawn in Pictures.
        • I.
        • Invitation.
        • Invitatio.
        • II.
        • God.
        • Deus.
        • III.
        • The World.
        • Mundus.
        • IV.
        • The Heaven.
        • Cœlum.
        • V.
        • Fire.
        • Ignis.
        • VI.
        • The Air.
        • Aër.
        • VII.
        • The Water.
        • Aqua.
        • VIII.
        • The Clouds.
        • Nubes.
        • IX.
        • The Earth.
        • Terra.
        • X.
        • The Fruits of the Earth.
        • Terræ Fœtus.
        • XI.
        • Metals.
        • Metalla.
        • XII.
        • Stones.
        • Lapides.
        • XIII.
        • Tree.
        • Arbor.
        • XIV.
        • Fruits of Trees.
        • Fructus Arborum.
        • XV.
        • Flowers.
        • Flores.
        • XVI.
        • Potherbs.
        • Olera.
        • XVII.
        • Corn.
        • Fruges.
        • XVIII.
        • Shrubs.
        • Frutices.
        • XIX.
        • Living-Creatures: and First, Birds.
        • Animalia: & primum, Aves
        • XX.
        • Tame Fowls.
        • Aves Domesticæ.
        • XXI.
        • Singing-Birds.
        • Oscines.
        • XXII.
        • Birds that haunt the Fields and Woods.
        • Aves Campestres & Sylvestres
        • XXIII.
        • Ravenous Birds.
        • Aves Rapaces.
        • XXIV.
        • Water-Fowl.
        • Aves Aquaticæ.
        • XXV.
        • Flying Vermin.
        • Insecta volantia.
        • XXVI.
        • Four-Footed Beasts: and First those about the House.
        • Quadrupeda: & primum Domestica.
        • XXVII.
        • Herd-Cattle.
        • Pecora.
        • XXVIII.
        • Labouring-Beasts.
        • Jumenta.
        • XXIX.
        • Wild-Cattle.
        • Feræ Pecudes.
        • XXX.
        • Wild-Beasts.
        • Feræ Bestiæ.
        • XXXI.
        • Serpents and Creeping things.
        • Serpentes & Reptilia.
        • XXXII.
        • Crawling-Vermin.
        • Insecta repentia.
        • XXXIII.
        • Creatures that live as well by Water as by Land.
        • Amphibia.
        • XXXIV.
        • River Fish and Pond Fish.
        • Pisces Fluviatiles & Lacustres.
        • XXXV.
        • Sea-fish, and Shell-fish.
        • Marini pisces & Conchæ.
        • XXXVI.
        • Man.
        • Homo.
        • XXXVII.
        • The Seven Ages of Man.
        • Septem Ætates Hominis.
        • XXXVIII.
        • The Outward Parts of a Man.
        • Membra Hominis Externa.
        • XXXIX.
        • The Head and the Hand.
        • Caput & Manus.
        • XL.
        • The Flesh and Bowels.
        • Caro & Viscera.
        • XLI.
        • The Chanels and Bones.
        • Canales & Ossa.
        • XLII.
        • The Outward and Inward Senses.
        • Sensus externi & interni.
        • XLIII.
        • The Soul of Man.
        • Anima hominis.
        • XLIV.
        • Deformed and Monstrous People.
        • Deformes & Monstrosi.
        • XLV.
        • The Dressing of Gardens.
        • Hortorum cultura.
        • XLVI.
        • Husbandry.
        • Agricultura.
        • XLVII.
        • Grasing.
        • Pecuaria.
        • XLVIII.
        • The making of Honey.
        • Mellificium.
        • XLIX.
        • Grinding.
        • Molitura.
        • L.
        • Bread-baking.
        • Panificium.
        • LI.
        • Fishing.
        • Piscatio.
        • LII.
        • Fowling.
        • Aucupium.
        • LIII.
        • Hunting.
        • Venatus.
        • LIV.
        • Butchery.
        • Lanionia.
        • LV.
        • Cookery.
        • Coquinaria.
        • LVI.
        • The Vintage.
        • Vindemia.
        • LVII.
        • Brewing.
        • Zythopœia.
        • LVIII.
        • A Feast.
        • Convivium.
        • LIX.
        • The Dressing of Line.
        • Tractatio Lini.
        • LX.
        • Weaving.
        • Textura.
        • LXI.
        • Linen Cloths.
        • Lintea.
        • LXII.
        • The Taylor.
        • Sartor.
        • LXIII.
        • The Shoemaker.
        • Sutor.
        • LXIV.
        • The Carpenter.
        • Faber lignarius.
        • LXV.
        • The Mason.
        • Faber Murarius.
        • LXVI.
        • Engines.
        • Machinæ.
        • LXVII.
        • A House.
        • Domus.
        • LXVIII.
        • A Mine.
        • Metallifodina.
        • LXIX.
        • The Blacksmith.
        • Faber Ferrarius.
        • LXX.
        • The Box-maker and the Turner.
        • Scrinarius & Tornator.
        • LXXI.
        • The Potter.
        • Figulus.
        • LXXII.
        • The Parts of a House.
        • Partes Domus.
        • LXXIII.
        • The Stove with the Bed-room.
        • Hypocaustum cum Dormitorio.
        • LXXIV.
        • Wells.
        • Putei.
        • LXXV.
        • The Bath.
        • Balneum.
        • LXXVI.
        • The Barbers Shop.
        • Tonstrina.
        • LXXVII.
        • The Stable.
        • Equile.
        • LXXVIII.
        • Dials.
        • Horologia.
        • LXXIX.
        • The Picture.
        • Pictura.
        • LXXX.
        • Looking-glasses.
        • Specularia.
        • LXXXI.
        • The Cooper.
        • Vietor.
        • LXXXII.
        • The Roper, and the Cordwainer.
        • Restio, & Lorarius.
        • LXXXIII.
        • The Traveller.
        • Viator.
        • LXXXIV.
        • The Horse-man.
        • Eques.
        • LXXXV.
        • Carriages.
        • Vehicula.
        • LXXXVI.
        • Carrying to and fro.
        • Vectura.
        • LXXXVII.
        • Passing over Waters.
        • Transitus Aquarum.
        • LXXXVIII.
        • Swimming.
        • Natatus.
        • LXXXIX.
        • A Galley.
        • Navis actuaria.
        • XC.
        • A Merchant-ship.
        • Navis oneraria.
        • XCI.
        • Ship-wreck.
        • Naufragium.
        • XCII.
        • Writing.
        • Ars Scriptoria.
        • XCIII.
        • Paper.
        • Papyrus.
        • XCIV.
        • Printing.
        • Typographia.
        • XCV.
        • The Booksellers Shop.
        • Bibliopolium.
        • XCVI.
        • The Book-binder.
        • Bibliopegus.
        • XCVII.
        • A Book.
        • Liber.
        • XCVIII.
        • A School.
        • Schola.
        • XCIX.
        • The Study.
        • Museum.
        • C.
        • Arts belonging to Speech.
        • Artes Sermones.
        • CI.
        • Musical Instruments.
        • Instrumenta musica.
        • CII.
        • Philosophy.
        • Philosophia.
        • CIII.
        • Geometry.
        • Geometria.
        • CIV.
        • The Celestial Sphere.
        • Sphera cælestis.
        • CIV.
        • The Aspects of the Planets.
        • Planetarum Aspectus.
        • CV.
        • The Apparitions of the Moon.
        • Phases Lunæ.
        • CVI.
        • The Eclipses.
        • Eclipses.
        • CVII. a
        • The terrestial Sphere.
        • Sphera terrestris.
        • CVII. b
        • The terrestial Sphere.
        • Sphera terrestris.
        • CVIII.
        • Europe.
        • Europa.
        • CIX.
        • Moral Philosophy.
        • Ethica.
        • CX.
        • Prudence.
        • Prudentia.
        • CXI.
        • Diligence.
        • Sedulitas.
        • CXII.
        • Temperance.
        • Temperantia.
        • CXIII.
        • Fortitude.
        • Fortitudo.
        • CXIV.
        • Patience.
        • Patientia.
        • CXV.
        • Humanity.
        • Humanitas.
        • CXVI.
        • Justice.
        • Justitia.
        • CXVII.
        • Liberality.
        • Liberalitas.
        • CXVIII.
        • Society betwixt Man and Wife.
        • Societas Conjugalis.
        • CXIX.
        • The Tree of Consanguinity.
        • Arbor Consanguinitatis.
        • CXX.
        • The Society betwixt Parents and Children.
        • Societas Parentalis.
        • CXXI.
        • The Society betwixt Masters and Servants.
        • Societas herilis.
        • CXXII.
        • A City.
        • Urbs.
        • CXXIII.
        • The inward parts of a City.
        • Interiora Urbis.
        • CXXIV.
        • Judgment.
        • Judicium.
        • CXXV.
        • The Tormenting of Malefactors.
        • Supplicia Malefactorum.
        • CXXVI.
        • Merchandizing.
        • Mercatura.
        • CXXVII.*
        • Measures and Weights.
        • Mensuræ & Pondera.
        • CXXVIII.
        • Physick.
        • Ars Medica.
        • CXXIX.
        • A Burial.
        • Sepultura.
        • CXXX.
        • A Stage-play.
        • Ludus Scenicus.
        • CXXXI.
        • Sleights.
        • Præstigiæ.
        • CXXXII.
        • The Fencing-School.
        • Palestra.
        • CXXXIII.
        • Tennis-play.
        • Ludus Pilæ.
        • CXXXIV.
        • Dice-play.
        • Ludus Aleæ.
        • CXXXV.
        • Races.
        • Cursus Certamina.
        • CXXXVI.
        • Boys Sport.
        • Ludi Pueriles.
        • CXXXVII.
        • The Kingdom and the Region.
        • Regnum & Regio.
        • CXXXVIII.
        • Regal Majesty.
        • Regia Majestas.
        • CXXXIX.
        • The Soldier.
        • Miles.
        • CXL.
        • The Camps.
        • Castra.
        • CXLI.
        • The Army and the Fight.
        • Acies & Prœlium.
        • CXLII.
        • The Sea-Fight.
        • Pugna Navalis.
        • CXLIII.
        • The Besieging of a City.
        • Obsidium Urbis.
        • CXLIV.
        • Religion.
        • Religio.
        • CXLV.
        • Gentilism.
        • Gentilimus.
        • CXLVI.
        • Judaism.
        • Judaismus.
        • CXLVII.
        • Christianity.
        • Christianismus.
        • CXLVIII.
        • Mahometism.
        • Mahometismus.
        • CXLIX.
        • Gods Providence.
        • Providentia Dei.
        • CL.
        • The Last Judgment.
        • Judicium extremum.
        • CLI.
        • The Close.
        • Clausula.
      • I.
      • Invitation.
      • Invitatio.
      • II.
      • God.
      • Deus.
      • III.
      • The World.
      • Mundus.
      • IV.
      • The Heaven.
      • Cœlum.
      • V.
      • Fire.
      • Ignis.
      • VI.
      • The Air.
      • Aër.
      • VII.
      • The Water.
      • Aqua.
      • VIII.
      • The Clouds.
      • Nubes.
      • IX.
      • The Earth.
      • Terra.
      • X.
      • The Fruits of the Earth.
      • Terræ Fœtus.
      • XI.
      • Metals.
      • Metalla.
      • XII.
      • Stones.
      • Lapides.
      • XIII.
      • Tree.
      • Arbor.
      • XIV.
      • Fruits of Trees.
      • Fructus Arborum.
      • XV.
      • Flowers.
      • Flores.
      • XVI.
      • Potherbs.
      • Olera.
      • XVII.
      • Corn.
      • Fruges.
      • XVIII.
      • Shrubs.
      • Frutices.
      • XIX.
      • Living-Creatures: and First, Birds.
      • Animalia: & primum, Aves
      • XX.
      • Tame Fowls.
      • Aves Domesticæ.
      • XXI.
      • Singing-Birds.
      • Oscines.
      • XXII.
      • Birds that haunt the Fields and Woods.
      • Aves Campestres & Sylvestres
      • XXIII.
      • Ravenous Birds.
      • Aves Rapaces.
      • XXIV.
      • Water-Fowl.
      • Aves Aquaticæ.
      • XXV.
      • Flying Vermin.
      • Insecta volantia.
      • XXVI.
      • Four-Footed Beasts: and First those about the House.
      • Quadrupeda: & primum Domestica.
      • XXVII.
      • Herd-Cattle.
      • Pecora.
      • XXVIII.
      • Labouring-Beasts.
      • Jumenta.
      • XXIX.
      • Wild-Cattle.
      • Feræ Pecudes.
      • XXX.
      • Wild-Beasts.
      • Feræ Bestiæ.
      • XXXI.
      • Serpents and Creeping things.
      • Serpentes & Reptilia.
      • XXXII.
      • Crawling-Vermin.
      • Insecta repentia.
      • XXXIII.
      • Creatures that live as well by Water as by Land.
      • Amphibia.
      • XXXIV.
      • River Fish and Pond Fish.
      • Pisces Fluviatiles & Lacustres.
      • XXXV.
      • Sea-fish, and Shell-fish.
      • Marini pisces & Conchæ.
      • XXXVI.
      • Man.
      • Homo.
      • XXXVII.
      • The Seven Ages of Man.
      • Septem Ætates Hominis.
      • XXXVIII.
      • The Outward Parts of a Man.
      • Membra Hominis Externa.
      • XXXIX.
      • The Head and the Hand.
      • Caput & Manus.
      • XL.
      • The Flesh and Bowels.
      • Caro & Viscera.
      • XLI.
      • The Chanels and Bones.
      • Canales & Ossa.
      • XLII.
      • The Outward and Inward Senses.
      • Sensus externi & interni.
      • XLIII.
      • The Soul of Man.
      • Anima hominis.
      • XLIV.
      • Deformed and Monstrous People.
      • Deformes & Monstrosi.
      • XLV.
      • The Dressing of Gardens.
      • Hortorum cultura.
      • XLVI.
      • Husbandry.
      • Agricultura.
      • XLVII.
      • Grasing.
      • Pecuaria.
      • XLVIII.
      • The making of Honey.
      • Mellificium.
      • XLIX.
      • Grinding.
      • Molitura.
      • L.
      • Bread-baking.
      • Panificium.
      • LI.
      • Fishing.
      • Piscatio.
      • LII.
      • Fowling.
      • Aucupium.
      • LIII.
      • Hunting.
      • Venatus.
      • LIV.
      • Butchery.
      • Lanionia.
      • LV.
      • Cookery.
      • Coquinaria.
      • LVI.
      • The Vintage.
      • Vindemia.
      • LVII.
      • Brewing.
      • Zythopœia.
      • LVIII.
      • A Feast.
      • Convivium.
      • LIX.
      • The Dressing of Line.
      • Tractatio Lini.
      • LX.
      • Weaving.
      • Textura.
      • LXI.
      • Linen Cloths.
      • Lintea.
      • LXII.
      • The Taylor.
      • Sartor.
      • LXIII.
      • The Shoemaker.
      • Sutor.
      • LXIV.
      • The Carpenter.
      • Faber lignarius.
      • LXV.
      • The Mason.
      • Faber Murarius.
      • LXVI.
      • Engines.
      • Machinæ.
      • LXVII.
      • A House.
      • Domus.
      • LXVIII.
      • A Mine.
      • Metallifodina.
      • LXIX.
      • The Blacksmith.
      • Faber Ferrarius.
      • LXX.
      • The Box-maker and the Turner.
      • Scrinarius & Tornator.
      • LXXI.
      • The Potter.
      • Figulus.
      • LXXII.
      • The Parts of a House.
      • Partes Domus.
      • LXXIII.
      • The Stove with the Bed-room.
      • Hypocaustum cum Dormitorio.
      • LXXIV.
      • Wells.
      • Putei.
      • LXXV.
      • The Bath.
      • Balneum.
      • LXXVI.
      • The Barbers Shop.
      • Tonstrina.
      • LXXVII.
      • The Stable.
      • Equile.
      • LXXVIII.
      • Dials.
      • Horologia.
      • LXXIX.
      • The Picture.
      • Pictura.
      • LXXX.
      • Looking-glasses.
      • Specularia.
      • LXXXI.
      • The Cooper.
      • Vietor.
      • LXXXII.
      • The Roper, and the Cordwainer.
      • Restio, & Lorarius.
      • LXXXIII.
      • The Traveller.
      • Viator.
      • LXXXIV.
      • The Horse-man.
      • Eques.
      • LXXXV.
      • Carriages.
      • Vehicula.
      • LXXXVI.
      • Carrying to and fro.
      • Vectura.
      • LXXXVII.
      • Passing over Waters.
      • Transitus Aquarum.
      • LXXXVIII.
      • Swimming.
      • Natatus.
      • LXXXIX.
      • A Galley.
      • Navis actuaria.
      • XC.
      • A Merchant-ship.
      • Navis oneraria.
      • XCI.
      • Ship-wreck.
      • Naufragium.
      • XCII.
      • Writing.
      • Ars Scriptoria.
      • XCIII.
      • Paper.
      • Papyrus.
      • XCIV.
      • Printing.
      • Typographia.
      • XCV.
      • The Booksellers Shop.
      • Bibliopolium.
      • XCVI.
      • The Book-binder.
      • Bibliopegus.
      • XCVII.
      • A Book.
      • Liber.
      • XCVIII.
      • A School.
      • Schola.
      • XCIX.
      • The Study.
      • Museum.
      • C.
      • Arts belonging to Speech.
      • Artes Sermones.
      • CI.
      • Musical Instruments.
      • Instrumenta musica.
      • CII.
      • Philosophy.
      • Philosophia.
      • CIII.
      • Geometry.
      • Geometria.
      • CIV.
      • The Celestial Sphere.
      • Sphera cælestis.
      • CIV.
      • The Aspects of the Planets.
      • Planetarum Aspectus.
      • CV.
      • The Apparitions of the Moon.
      • Phases Lunæ.
      • CVI.
      • The Eclipses.
      • Eclipses.
      • CVII. a
      • The terrestial Sphere.
      • Sphera terrestris.
      • CVII. b
      • The terrestial Sphere.
      • Sphera terrestris.
      • CVIII.
      • Europe.
      • Europa.
      • CIX.
      • Moral Philosophy.
      • Ethica.
      • CX.
      • Prudence.
      • Prudentia.
      • CXI.
      • Diligence.
      • Sedulitas.
      • CXII.
      • Temperance.
      • Temperantia.
      • CXIII.
      • Fortitude.
      • Fortitudo.
      • CXIV.
      • Patience.
      • Patientia.
      • CXV.
      • Humanity.
      • Humanitas.
      • CXVI.
      • Justice.
      • Justitia.
      • CXVII.
      • Liberality.
      • Liberalitas.
      • CXVIII.
      • Society betwixt Man and Wife.
      • Societas Conjugalis.
      • CXIX.
      • The Tree of Consanguinity.
      • Arbor Consanguinitatis.
      • CXX.
      • The Society betwixt Parents and Children.
      • Societas Parentalis.
      • CXXI.
      • The Society betwixt Masters and Servants.
      • Societas herilis.
      • CXXII.
      • A City.
      • Urbs.
      • CXXIII.
      • The inward parts of a City.
      • Interiora Urbis.
      • CXXIV.
      • Judgment.
      • Judicium.
      • CXXV.
      • The Tormenting of Malefactors.
      • Supplicia Malefactorum.
      • CXXVI.
      • Merchandizing.
      • Mercatura.
      • CXXVII.*
      • Measures and Weights.
      • Mensuræ & Pondera.
      • CXXVIII.
      • Physick.
      • Ars Medica.
      • CXXIX.
      • A Burial.
      • Sepultura.
      • CXXX.
      • A Stage-play.
      • Ludus Scenicus.
      • CXXXI.
      • Sleights.
      • Præstigiæ.
      • CXXXII.
      • The Fencing-School.
      • Palestra.
      • CXXXIII.
      • Tennis-play.
      • Ludus Pilæ.
      • CXXXIV.
      • Dice-play.
      • Ludus Aleæ.
      • CXXXV.
      • Races.
      • Cursus Certamina.
      • CXXXVI.
      • Boys Sport.
      • Ludi Pueriles.
      • CXXXVII.
      • The Kingdom and the Region.
      • Regnum & Regio.
      • CXXXVIII.
      • Regal Majesty.
      • Regia Majestas.
      • CXXXIX.
      • The Soldier.
      • Miles.
      • CXL.
      • The Camps.
      • Castra.
      • CXLI.
      • The Army and the Fight.
      • Acies & Prœlium.
      • CXLII.
      • The Sea-Fight.
      • Pugna Navalis.
      • CXLIII.
      • The Besieging of a City.
      • Obsidium Urbis.
      • CXLIV.
      • Religion.
      • Religio.
      • CXLV.
      • Gentilism.
      • Gentilimus.
      • CXLVI.
      • Judaism.
      • Judaismus.
      • CXLVII.
      • Christianity.
      • Christianismus.
      • CXLVIII.
      • Mahometism.
      • Mahometismus.
      • CXLIX.
      • Gods Providence.
      • Providentia Dei.
      • CL.
      • The Last Judgment.
      • Judicium extremum.
      • CLI.
      • The Close.
      • Clausula.
      • Index
        • Index Titulorum.
        • An Index of the Titles.
        • Trinuni Deo Gloria.
        • FINIS.
        • Joh. Amos Comenii
      • Index Titulorum.
      • An Index of the Titles.
      • Trinuni Deo Gloria.
      • FINIS.
      • Joh. Amos Comenii
    • A World of Things Obvious to the Senses drawn in Pictures.
      • I.
      • Invitation.
      • Invitatio.
      • II.
      • God.
      • Deus.
      • III.
      • The World.
      • Mundus.
      • IV.
      • The Heaven.
      • Cœlum.
      • V.
      • Fire.
      • Ignis.
      • VI.
      • The Air.
      • Aër.
      • VII.
      • The Water.
      • Aqua.
      • VIII.
      • The Clouds.
      • Nubes.
      • IX.
      • The Earth.
      • Terra.
      • X.
      • The Fruits of the Earth.
      • Terræ Fœtus.
      • XI.
      • Metals.
      • Metalla.
      • XII.
      • Stones.
      • Lapides.
      • XIII.
      • Tree.
      • Arbor.
      • XIV.
      • Fruits of Trees.
      • Fructus Arborum.
      • XV.
      • Flowers.
      • Flores.
      • XVI.
      • Potherbs.
      • Olera.
      • XVII.
      • Corn.
      • Fruges.
      • XVIII.
      • Shrubs.
      • Frutices.
      • XIX.
      • Living-Creatures: and First, Birds.
      • Animalia: & primum, Aves
      • XX.
      • Tame Fowls.
      • Aves Domesticæ.
      • XXI.
      • Singing-Birds.
      • Oscines.
      • XXII.
      • Birds that haunt the Fields and Woods.
      • Aves Campestres & Sylvestres
      • XXIII.
      • Ravenous Birds.
      • Aves Rapaces.
      • XXIV.
      • Water-Fowl.
      • Aves Aquaticæ.
      • XXV.
      • Flying Vermin.
      • Insecta volantia.
      • XXVI.
      • Four-Footed Beasts: and First those about the House.
      • Quadrupeda: & primum Domestica.
      • XXVII.
      • Herd-Cattle.
      • Pecora.
      • XXVIII.
      • Labouring-Beasts.
      • Jumenta.
      • XXIX.
      • Wild-Cattle.
      • Feræ Pecudes.
      • XXX.
      • Wild-Beasts.
      • Feræ Bestiæ.
      • XXXI.
      • Serpents and Creeping things.
      • Serpentes & Reptilia.
      • XXXII.
      • Crawling-Vermin.
      • Insecta repentia.
      • XXXIII.
      • Creatures that live as well by Water as by Land.
      • Amphibia.
      • XXXIV.
      • River Fish and Pond Fish.
      • Pisces Fluviatiles & Lacustres.
      • XXXV.
      • Sea-fish, and Shell-fish.
      • Marini pisces & Conchæ.
      • XXXVI.
      • Man.
      • Homo.
      • XXXVII.
      • The Seven Ages of Man.
      • Septem Ætates Hominis.
      • XXXVIII.
      • The Outward Parts of a Man.
      • Membra Hominis Externa.
      • XXXIX.
      • The Head and the Hand.
      • Caput & Manus.
      • XL.
      • The Flesh and Bowels.
      • Caro & Viscera.
      • XLI.
      • The Chanels and Bones.
      • Canales & Ossa.
      • XLII.
      • The Outward and Inward Senses.
      • Sensus externi & interni.
      • XLIII.
      • The Soul of Man.
      • Anima hominis.
      • XLIV.
      • Deformed and Monstrous People.
      • Deformes & Monstrosi.
      • XLV.
      • The Dressing of Gardens.
      • Hortorum cultura.
      • XLVI.
      • Husbandry.
      • Agricultura.
      • XLVII.
      • Grasing.
      • Pecuaria.
      • XLVIII.
      • The making of Honey.
      • Mellificium.
      • XLIX.
      • Grinding.
      • Molitura.
      • L.
      • Bread-baking.
      • Panificium.
      • LI.
      • Fishing.
      • Piscatio.
      • LII.
      • Fowling.
      • Aucupium.
      • LIII.
      • Hunting.
      • Venatus.
      • LIV.
      • Butchery.
      • Lanionia.
      • LV.
      • Cookery.
      • Coquinaria.
      • LVI.
      • The Vintage.
      • Vindemia.
      • LVII.
      • Brewing.
      • Zythopœia.
      • LVIII.
      • A Feast.
      • Convivium.
      • LIX.
      • The Dressing of Line.
      • Tractatio Lini.
      • LX.
      • Weaving.
      • Textura.
      • LXI.
      • Linen Cloths.
      • Lintea.
      • LXII.
      • The Taylor.
      • Sartor.
      • LXIII.
      • The Shoemaker.
      • Sutor.
      • LXIV.
      • The Carpenter.
      • Faber lignarius.
      • LXV.
      • The Mason.
      • Faber Murarius.
      • LXVI.
      • Engines.
      • Machinæ.
      • LXVII.
      • A House.
      • Domus.
      • LXVIII.
      • A Mine.
      • Metallifodina.
      • LXIX.
      • The Blacksmith.
      • Faber Ferrarius.
      • LXX.
      • The Box-maker and the Turner.
      • Scrinarius & Tornator.
      • LXXI.
      • The Potter.
      • Figulus.
      • LXXII.
      • The Parts of a House.
      • Partes Domus.
      • LXXIII.
      • The Stove with the Bed-room.
      • Hypocaustum cum Dormitorio.
      • LXXIV.
      • Wells.
      • Putei.
      • LXXV.
      • The Bath.
      • Balneum.
      • LXXVI.
      • The Barbers Shop.
      • Tonstrina.
      • LXXVII.
      • The Stable.
      • Equile.
      • LXXVIII.
      • Dials.
      • Horologia.
      • LXXIX.
      • The Picture.
      • Pictura.
      • LXXX.
      • Looking-glasses.
      • Specularia.
      • LXXXI.
      • The Cooper.
      • Vietor.
      • LXXXII.
      • The Roper, and the Cordwainer.
      • Restio, & Lorarius.
      • LXXXIII.
      • The Traveller.
      • Viator.
      • LXXXIV.
      • The Horse-man.
      • Eques.
      • LXXXV.
      • Carriages.
      • Vehicula.
      • LXXXVI.
      • Carrying to and fro.
      • Vectura.
      • LXXXVII.
      • Passing over Waters.
      • Transitus Aquarum.
      • LXXXVIII.
      • Swimming.
      • Natatus.
      • LXXXIX.
      • A Galley.
      • Navis actuaria.
      • XC.
      • A Merchant-ship.
      • Navis oneraria.
      • XCI.
      • Ship-wreck.
      • Naufragium.
      • XCII.
      • Writing.
      • Ars Scriptoria.
      • XCIII.
      • Paper.
      • Papyrus.
      • XCIV.
      • Printing.
      • Typographia.
      • XCV.
      • The Booksellers Shop.
      • Bibliopolium.
      • XCVI.
      • The Book-binder.
      • Bibliopegus.
      • XCVII.
      • A Book.
      • Liber.
      • XCVIII.
      • A School.
      • Schola.
      • XCIX.
      • The Study.
      • Museum.
      • C.
      • Arts belonging to Speech.
      • Artes Sermones.
      • CI.
      • Musical Instruments.
      • Instrumenta musica.
      • CII.
      • Philosophy.
      • Philosophia.
      • CIII.
      • Geometry.
      • Geometria.
      • CIV.
      • The Celestial Sphere.
      • Sphera cælestis.
      • CIV.
      • The Aspects of the Planets.
      • Planetarum Aspectus.
      • CV.
      • The Apparitions of the Moon.
      • Phases Lunæ.
      • CVI.
      • The Eclipses.
      • Eclipses.
      • CVII. a
      • The terrestial Sphere.
      • Sphera terrestris.
      • CVII. b
      • The terrestial Sphere.
      • Sphera terrestris.
      • CVIII.
      • Europe.
      • Europa.
      • CIX.
      • Moral Philosophy.
      • Ethica.
      • CX.
      • Prudence.
      • Prudentia.
      • CXI.
      • Diligence.
      • Sedulitas.
      • CXII.
      • Temperance.
      • Temperantia.
      • CXIII.
      • Fortitude.
      • Fortitudo.
      • CXIV.
      • Patience.
      • Patientia.
      • CXV.
      • Humanity.
      • Humanitas.
      • CXVI.
      • Justice.
      • Justitia.
      • CXVII.
      • Liberality.
      • Liberalitas.
      • CXVIII.
      • Society betwixt Man and Wife.
      • Societas Conjugalis.
      • CXIX.
      • The Tree of Consanguinity.
      • Arbor Consanguinitatis.
      • CXX.
      • The Society betwixt Parents and Children.
      • Societas Parentalis.
      • CXXI.
      • The Society betwixt Masters and Servants.
      • Societas herilis.
      • CXXII.
      • A City.
      • Urbs.
      • CXXIII.
      • The inward parts of a City.
      • Interiora Urbis.
      • CXXIV.
      • Judgment.
      • Judicium.
      • CXXV.
      • The Tormenting of Malefactors.
      • Supplicia Malefactorum.
      • CXXVI.
      • Merchandizing.
      • Mercatura.
      • CXXVII.*
      • Measures and Weights.
      • Mensuræ & Pondera.
      • CXXVIII.
      • Physick.
      • Ars Medica.
      • CXXIX.
      • A Burial.
      • Sepultura.
      • CXXX.
      • A Stage-play.
      • Ludus Scenicus.
      • CXXXI.
      • Sleights.
      • Præstigiæ.
      • CXXXII.
      • The Fencing-School.
      • Palestra.
      • CXXXIII.
      • Tennis-play.
      • Ludus Pilæ.
      • CXXXIV.
      • Dice-play.
      • Ludus Aleæ.
      • CXXXV.
      • Races.
      • Cursus Certamina.
      • CXXXVI.
      • Boys Sport.
      • Ludi Pueriles.
      • CXXXVII.
      • The Kingdom and the Region.
      • Regnum & Regio.
      • CXXXVIII.
      • Regal Majesty.
      • Regia Majestas.
      • CXXXIX.
      • The Soldier.
      • Miles.
      • CXL.
      • The Camps.
      • Castra.
      • CXLI.
      • The Army and the Fight.
      • Acies & Prœlium.
      • CXLII.
      • The Sea-Fight.
      • Pugna Navalis.
      • CXLIII.
      • The Besieging of a City.
      • Obsidium Urbis.
      • CXLIV.
      • Religion.
      • Religio.
      • CXLV.
      • Gentilism.
      • Gentilimus.
      • CXLVI.
      • Judaism.
      • Judaismus.
      • CXLVII.
      • Christianity.
      • Christianismus.
      • CXLVIII.
      • Mahometism.
      • Mahometismus.
      • CXLIX.
      • Gods Providence.
      • Providentia Dei.
      • CL.
      • The Last Judgment.
      • Judicium extremum.
      • CLI.
      • The Close.
      • Clausula.
    • I.
    • Invitation.
    • Invitatio.
    • II.
    • God.
    • Deus.
    • III.
    • The World.
    • Mundus.
    • IV.
    • The Heaven.
    • Cœlum.
    • V.
    • Fire.
    • Ignis.
    • VI.
    • The Air.
    • Aër.
    • VII.
    • The Water.
    • Aqua.
    • VIII.
    • The Clouds.
    • Nubes.
    • IX.
    • The Earth.
    • Terra.
    • X.
    • The Fruits of the Earth.
    • Terræ Fœtus.
    • XI.
    • Metals.
    • Metalla.
    • XII.
    • Stones.
    • Lapides.
    • XIII.
    • Tree.
    • Arbor.
    • XIV.
    • Fruits of Trees.
    • Fructus Arborum.
    • XV.
    • Flowers.
    • Flores.
    • XVI.
    • Potherbs.
    • Olera.
    • XVII.
    • Corn.
    • Fruges.
    • XVIII.
    • Shrubs.
    • Frutices.
    • XIX.
    • Living-Creatures: and First, Birds.
    • Animalia: & primum, Aves
    • XX.
    • Tame Fowls.
    • Aves Domesticæ.
    • XXI.
    • Singing-Birds.
    • Oscines.
    • XXII.
    • Birds that haunt the Fields and Woods.
    • Aves Campestres & Sylvestres
    • XXIII.
    • Ravenous Birds.
    • Aves Rapaces.
    • XXIV.
    • Water-Fowl.
    • Aves Aquaticæ.
    • XXV.
    • Flying Vermin.
    • Insecta volantia.
    • XXVI.
    • Four-Footed Beasts: and First those about the House.
    • Quadrupeda: & primum Domestica.
    • XXVII.
    • Herd-Cattle.
    • Pecora.
    • XXVIII.
    • Labouring-Beasts.
    • Jumenta.
    • XXIX.
    • Wild-Cattle.
    • Feræ Pecudes.
    • XXX.
    • Wild-Beasts.
    • Feræ Bestiæ.
    • XXXI.
    • Serpents and Creeping things.
    • Serpentes & Reptilia.
    • XXXII.
    • Crawling-Vermin.
    • Insecta repentia.
    • XXXIII.
    • Creatures that live as well by Water as by Land.
    • Amphibia.
    • XXXIV.
    • River Fish and Pond Fish.
    • Pisces Fluviatiles & Lacustres.
    • XXXV.
    • Sea-fish, and Shell-fish.
    • Marini pisces & Conchæ.
    • XXXVI.
    • Man.
    • Homo.
    • XXXVII.
    • The Seven Ages of Man.
    • Septem Ætates Hominis.
    • XXXVIII.
    • The Outward Parts of a Man.
    • Membra Hominis Externa.
    • XXXIX.
    • The Head and the Hand.
    • Caput & Manus.
    • XL.
    • The Flesh and Bowels.
    • Caro & Viscera.
    • XLI.
    • The Chanels and Bones.
    • Canales & Ossa.
    • XLII.
    • The Outward and Inward Senses.
    • Sensus externi & interni.
    • XLIII.
    • The Soul of Man.
    • Anima hominis.
    • XLIV.
    • Deformed and Monstrous People.
    • Deformes & Monstrosi.
    • XLV.
    • The Dressing of Gardens.
    • Hortorum cultura.
    • XLVI.
    • Husbandry.
    • Agricultura.
    • XLVII.
    • Grasing.
    • Pecuaria.
    • XLVIII.
    • The making of Honey.
    • Mellificium.
    • XLIX.
    • Grinding.
    • Molitura.
    • L.
    • Bread-baking.
    • Panificium.
    • LI.
    • Fishing.
    • Piscatio.
    • LII.
    • Fowling.
    • Aucupium.
    • LIII.
    • Hunting.
    • Venatus.
    • LIV.
    • Butchery.
    • Lanionia.
    • LV.
    • Cookery.
    • Coquinaria.
    • LVI.
    • The Vintage.
    • Vindemia.
    • LVII.
    • Brewing.
    • Zythopœia.
    • LVIII.
    • A Feast.
    • Convivium.
    • LIX.
    • The Dressing of Line.
    • Tractatio Lini.
    • LX.
    • Weaving.
    • Textura.
    • LXI.
    • Linen Cloths.
    • Lintea.
    • LXII.
    • The Taylor.
    • Sartor.
    • LXIII.
    • The Shoemaker.
    • Sutor.
    • LXIV.
    • The Carpenter.
    • Faber lignarius.
    • LXV.
    • The Mason.
    • Faber Murarius.
    • LXVI.
    • Engines.
    • Machinæ.
    • LXVII.
    • A House.
    • Domus.
    • LXVIII.
    • A Mine.
    • Metallifodina.
    • LXIX.
    • The Blacksmith.
    • Faber Ferrarius.
    • LXX.
    • The Box-maker and the Turner.
    • Scrinarius & Tornator.
    • LXXI.
    • The Potter.
    • Figulus.
    • LXXII.
    • The Parts of a House.
    • Partes Domus.
    • LXXIII.
    • The Stove with the Bed-room.
    • Hypocaustum cum Dormitorio.
    • LXXIV.
    • Wells.
    • Putei.
    • LXXV.
    • The Bath.
    • Balneum.
    • LXXVI.
    • The Barbers Shop.
    • Tonstrina.
    • LXXVII.
    • The Stable.
    • Equile.
    • LXXVIII.
    • Dials.
    • Horologia.
    • LXXIX.
    • The Picture.
    • Pictura.
    • LXXX.
    • Looking-glasses.
    • Specularia.
    • LXXXI.
    • The Cooper.
    • Vietor.
    • LXXXII.
    • The Roper, and the Cordwainer.
    • Restio, & Lorarius.
    • LXXXIII.
    • The Traveller.
    • Viator.
    • LXXXIV.
    • The Horse-man.
    • Eques.
    • LXXXV.
    • Carriages.
    • Vehicula.
    • LXXXVI.
    • Carrying to and fro.
    • Vectura.
    • LXXXVII.
    • Passing over Waters.
    • Transitus Aquarum.
    • LXXXVIII.
    • Swimming.
    • Natatus.
    • LXXXIX.
    • A Galley.
    • Navis actuaria.
    • XC.
    • A Merchant-ship.
    • Navis oneraria.
    • XCI.
    • Ship-wreck.
    • Naufragium.
    • XCII.
    • Writing.
    • Ars Scriptoria.
    • XCIII.
    • Paper.
    • Papyrus.
    • XCIV.
    • Printing.
    • Typographia.
    • XCV.
    • The Booksellers Shop.
    • Bibliopolium.
    • XCVI.
    • The Book-binder.
    • Bibliopegus.
    • XCVII.
    • A Book.
    • Liber.
    • XCVIII.
    • A School.
    • Schola.
    • XCIX.
    • The Study.
    • Museum.
    • C.
    • Arts belonging to Speech.
    • Artes Sermones.
    • CI.
    • Musical Instruments.
    • Instrumenta musica.
    • CII.
    • Philosophy.
    • Philosophia.
    • CIII.
    • Geometry.
    • Geometria.
    • CIV.
    • The Celestial Sphere.
    • Sphera cælestis.
    • CIV.
    • The Aspects of the Planets.
    • Planetarum Aspectus.
    • CV.
    • The Apparitions of the Moon.
    • Phases Lunæ.
    • CVI.
    • The Eclipses.
    • Eclipses.
    • CVII. a
    • The terrestial Sphere.
    • Sphera terrestris.
    • CVII. b
    • The terrestial Sphere.
    • Sphera terrestris.
    • CVIII.
    • Europe.
    • Europa.
    • CIX.
    • Moral Philosophy.
    • Ethica.
    • CX.
    • Prudence.
    • Prudentia.
    • CXI.
    • Diligence.
    • Sedulitas.
    • CXII.
    • Temperance.
    • Temperantia.
    • CXIII.
    • Fortitude.
    • Fortitudo.
    • CXIV.
    • Patience.
    • Patientia.
    • CXV.
    • Humanity.
    • Humanitas.
    • CXVI.
    • Justice.
    • Justitia.
    • CXVII.
    • Liberality.
    • Liberalitas.
    • CXVIII.
    • Society betwixt Man and Wife.
    • Societas Conjugalis.
    • CXIX.
    • The Tree of Consanguinity.
    • Arbor Consanguinitatis.
    • CXX.
    • The Society betwixt Parents and Children.
    • Societas Parentalis.
    • CXXI.
    • The Society betwixt Masters and Servants.
    • Societas herilis.
    • CXXII.
    • A City.
    • Urbs.
    • CXXIII.
    • The inward parts of a City.
    • Interiora Urbis.
    • CXXIV.
    • Judgment.
    • Judicium.
    • CXXV.
    • The Tormenting of Malefactors.
    • Supplicia Malefactorum.
    • CXXVI.
    • Merchandizing.
    • Mercatura.
    • CXXVII.*
    • Measures and Weights.
    • Mensuræ & Pondera.
    • CXXVIII.
    • Physick.
    • Ars Medica.
    • CXXIX.
    • A Burial.
    • Sepultura.
    • CXXX.
    • A Stage-play.
    • Ludus Scenicus.
    • CXXXI.
    • Sleights.
    • Præstigiæ.
    • CXXXII.
    • The Fencing-School.
    • Palestra.
    • CXXXIII.
    • Tennis-play.
    • Ludus Pilæ.
    • CXXXIV.
    • Dice-play.
    • Ludus Aleæ.
    • CXXXV.
    • Races.
    • Cursus Certamina.
    • CXXXVI.
    • Boys Sport.
    • Ludi Pueriles.
    • CXXXVII.
    • The Kingdom and the Region.
    • Regnum & Regio.
    • CXXXVIII.
    • Regal Majesty.
    • Regia Majestas.
    • CXXXIX.
    • The Soldier.
    • Miles.
    • CXL.
    • The Camps.
    • Castra.
    • CXLI.
    • The Army and the Fight.
    • Acies & Prœlium.
    • CXLII.
    • The Sea-Fight.
    • Pugna Navalis.
    • CXLIII.
    • The Besieging of a City.
    • Obsidium Urbis.
    • CXLIV.
    • Religion.
    • Religio.
    • CXLV.
    • Gentilism.
    • Gentilimus.
    • CXLVI.
    • Judaism.
    • Judaismus.
    • CXLVII.
    • Christianity.
    • Christianismus.
    • CXLVIII.
    • Mahometism.
    • Mahometismus.
    • CXLIX.
    • Gods Providence.
    • Providentia Dei.
    • CL.
    • The Last Judgment.
    • Judicium extremum.
    • CLI.
    • The Close.
    • Clausula.
    • Index
      • Index Titulorum.
      • An Index of the Titles.
      • Trinuni Deo Gloria.
      • FINIS.
      • Joh. Amos Comenii
    • Index Titulorum.
    • An Index of the Titles.
    • Trinuni Deo Gloria.
    • FINIS.
    • Joh. Amos Comenii
    • Orbis Sensualium Pictus:
      • Pictura & Nomenclatura.
      • Joh. Amos Comenius’s
    • Pictura & Nomenclatura.
    • Joh. Amos Comenius’s
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    • Nomenclature, and Pictures
      • In above 150 Copper Cuts.
        • Additional Notes
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