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Top, a barbastelle bat; bottom, a pipistrelle bat. Engraving by C. Baquoy after Buvée l'Ameriquain, 17--.Buvée, active 18th century.Date: [17--]Reference: 578632i
A bat. Wood-engraving by T. Bewick, 1789.Bewick, Thomas, 1753-1828Date: [between 1790 and 1799?]Reference: 751461i
Three old hags surround a basket of new-born babies with bats in the distance. Etching by F. Goya, 1796/98.Goya, Francisco, 1746-1828Date: [1796/98]Reference: 36754i
Heads of a horse shoe bat and a common bat. Drawing, c. 1789.Date: ca. 1789Reference: 29165i
A man suffering from mental illness or epilepsy is held up in front of an altar on which is a reliquary with the face of Christ, several lame men are also at the altar in the hope of a miracle cure. Watercolour.Reference: 18581i