Claude Paradin

Devises heroïqves (1557), This illustration on page 216 bears the Latin motto "Vunius compendium, alterius stipendium" (The one profits, the other loses), Claude Paradin adds an explanation in French: Si un Serpent ne mangeoit l'autre, iamais ne deuien-droit Dragon. Ainsi les Riches & puissant, croissent au dommage d'autrui. (If a Serpent did not eat another, it would never become a real Dragon. Thus do the Rich and powerful grow by harming  another.) Claude Paradin (1573), was a French writer, collector of emblems or "devises", historian, and genealogist. Provided by Wikipedia
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