auceps

auceps

(ˈɔːsɛps)
n
a person who catches hawks
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Their topics include birdnesters and godsearchers: a new interpretation of Bruegel's The Beekeepers, Peter Bruegel and the problem of vision, the first temptation of Christ: an evolving iconographic trope in 16th-century Antwerp, evidentiae resurrectionis: on the mystery discerned but not seen in his Resurrection of about 1562-63, and his Hunters in the Snow and Insidiosus Auceps as trap images.
It is a book written in the guise of a drama with three characters - an angler, (Piscator) a hunter (Venator) and a Falconer(Auceps).
Cure auceps temporum palpator abscessit, cure priuati latus nudum desertor adsecla foedauit: tunc laceratae donuts plagae conscientiam feriunt, tunc rei familiaris exhaustae damna noscuntur, quibus redemptus fauor uulgi et caducis adque inanibus uotis popularis aura quaesita est."