Tarot of the III Millenium

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Title

Tarot of the III Millenium

Subject

Eclectic
Art

Description

78 cards plus a title card, advertising card, and a foldout style LWB. Housed in a standard cardboard tuck box.

Cards measure 12 cm tall x 6.6 cm wide.

The card stock is flexible, with a smooth, matte finish. Card backs are non-reversible.

Card titles appear in 4 languages, but only on the major arcana. The minors and courts are untitled.

Justice is 8 and Strength is 11. The Fool is numbered 0.

Suits are Chalices, Pentacles, Wands, and Swords. Courts are Knave, Knight, Queen, and King.

In terms of style and format, this deck is quite unique. The major arcana are breathtaking -- each one a work of art in and of itself. The minor arcana feature an assemblage of people and scenes overlaid with digital-age oddities -- including barcodes and URLs, for instance. The scenic aspects of the minors and courts seem to have little relation to the traditional meanings of the cards

Each minor and court features an inset of the corresponding card from the Ancient Tarot of Bologna, also published by Lo Scarabeo.

The majors are black and white, the minors primarily black and white with the inset Bolonga cards being the main points of color, and the courts are in full color.

Creator

Iassen Ghiuselev

Publisher

Lo Scarabeo, Italy
LS

Date

2000

Format

78 cards

Language

Multi-lingual

Type

Other

Identifier

0-7387-0167-X

About the Original Item

Date Added
July 23, 2011
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Citation
Iassen Ghiuselev, “Tarot of the III Millenium,” The Osborne Tarot Collection, accessed November 24, 2017, http://tarot.zerosummer.org/items/show/188.
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