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Chaos in the aftermath of battle with the dead and wounded being attended to as the armies retreat. Engraving by J. J. Kleinschmidt after G. P. Rugendas I.

Rugendas, Georg Philipp, 1666-1742.

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Arma parate, animis et spe præsumite bellum: Ne qua mora ignaros, ubi primum vellere signa Annuerint superi, pubemque educere castris, Impediat, segnesque metu sententia tardet; Interea socios inhumataque corpora terræ Mandemus Virg. Æneid. XI, 18. Georg Philipp Rugendas invent. pinx. et del. Johan̄ Jacob Kleinschmidt sculpsit.

Publication/Creation

Aug. Vind. [Augsburg] : Joh. Elias Ridinger, cum privil. sac. cæs. Majest. (Jeremias Wolff excud.)

Physical description

1 print : engraving, with etching ; platemark 35.7 x 61.6 cm.

Publications note

Andrea Teuscher, Die Kuenstlerfamilie Rugendas, Augsburg 1998, plate 258, page 83

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 24446i

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