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In Giorgio Trevisan's Tarot of the Renaissance you will see costumes of swirling cloaks, long robes, aprons and sashes on characters that include swashbucklers, maids, ladies, artisans, knights, jugglers, and merchants. The locations include castles, farms, villages and seashores.

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The Magician is an alchemist in a purple coat who seems to be on the roof of a castle. He has all the tools that he needs nearby. You might think he is missing his pentacle. He seems to have arrived at his goal as he stares at the contents of his raised flask. He clasps an open book in his other hand, perhaps it contains the formula. The potion appears to be gold against a starry night sky. One of the stars resembles a pentacle, doesn't it? His inner robe and decorative trimming are a matching warm amber color.

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