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The death of infants: a skeleton representing Death grabs and eats infants who die innocent of vice but unendowed with the theological virtues. Etching by B. Pinelli, 1825.

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Pinelli, Bartolomeo

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Roma [Rome] : [publisher not identified], 1825.

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1 print : etching ; platemark 27.7 x 36 cm

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... co parvoli innocenti Dai denti morsi della morte, avante Che fosser dell'umana colpa esenti. Dante Purg.o Canto VII. Pinelli inv. e inc. Roma 1825

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The death of infants: a skeleton representing Death grabs and eats infants who die innocent of vice but unendowed with the theological virtues. Etching by B. Pinelli, 1825. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY


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