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A Saadi, or Egyptian shaman using snakes and incantations to cure a sick man. Engraving by T. Wallis, 1806, after W.M. Craig.

Craig, W. M. approximately 1765-approximately 1834.
Date
April 1806

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Credit: A Saadi, or Egyptian shaman using snakes and incantations to cure a sick man. Engraving by T. Wallis, 1806, after W.M. Craig. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


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Lettering

A Saadi, or Egyptian quack, curing a sick man by pretended conjurations with serpents. W.M. Craig del. ; T. Wallis sculp.

Publication/Creation

Bungay : Published as the Act directs by C. Brightly & T. Kinnersley, April 1806.

Physical description

1 print : line engraving and etching ; image 12.2 x 16.9 cm

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 21448i

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  • English


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