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Em Iconologia, Ripa descreve os tipos humanos da alma por meio da notatio, do Ad Herennium e outros retores latinos: a notatio e a perifrase verbal breve, como a do epigrama de Marcial--"Quinto ama Tais.
39) Otros significados del verbo notare tienen que ver con la impresion dejada en un lugar, por ejemplo, las marcas en un escritorio; por otra parte, puede referirse a la creacion de un emblema o simbolo, ya que notatio puede designar una especie de taquigrafia en la que las letras representan palabras completas.
A letter or an assembly of letters is inveniendum when it is called a notatio which is composed of notae (nota in the singular).
Smith also analyzes the difference between effictio (literal portrayal) and notatio (character portrayal) discussed in the Rhetorica ad Herennium, a model for Rabelais's descriptions in the fourth book.
The next illustration, for instance, displays Shakespeare's use of catalogues within complex chiastic schemes, and this example is particularly notable because Shakespeare makes frequent and prominent use of catalogues in a great number of his complex structures (catalogue is used here as a general term to encompass any list of descriptive items or phrases that elaborates on or defines a topic, including such devices as blazon and notatio and the various figures associated with enargia).