Tarot de Marseille Jean Dodal
The Tarot de Marseille Jean Dodal is a restoration of the Marseille deck published in Lyon in 1701, one of the most complete early Marseille-style decks. This is the full 78-card deck, with each card created in precise detail by Jean-Claude Flornoy.
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Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Letarot.com 2007
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Tarot de Marseille Jean Dodal review by John Gustav-Wrathall
I was first introduced to the Tarot in 1982, when I was, of all things, a Mormon missionary in Béziers, France. A recent French convert to Mormonism showed me some tarot cards and explained their ancient symbolism to me. I was intrigued. The cards were – I learned later – from the Paul Marteau rendition of the Tarot of Marseille, published by Grimaud. Ten years later, I found a copy of that same Grimaud Tarot of Marseille in a New Age book store in Minneapolis and bought it, the first Tarot deck I'd ever owned. Over the years since then, I've nurtured a fascination with Tarot by collecting dozens of other decks, historical, esoteric and fanciful, many of great beauty. But never have I found a deck I really enjoyed studying or using more than that “classic” Tarot of Marseille by Gr...
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More About These Cards
Name: Tarot de Marseille Jean Dodal
Publisher: Letarot.com 2007
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Deck Tradition: Marseilles
Card Language: French
Companion Material: The companion booklet includes historical information as well as commentaries on the major arcana, Flornoy`s text `The Journey of the Soul`
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