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Alexander the Great, demonstrating his trust in his physician Philip by drinking a medicinal draught prepared by him after receiving a letter from General Parmenio indicating that Philip is poisoning him, they are surrounded by concerned statesmen and soldiers. Aquatint by P. Allais.

Allais, Paul, b 1827.

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Alexandre le grand boit le breuvage que lui présente son médecin Philippe. Gravé par Allais.

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1 print : aquatint with etching

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Wellcome Library no. 22174i

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  • French


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