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Three human figures, each with superfluous body parts growing from their bodies. Engraving, 16--.

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[between 1600 and 1699?]
Reference
88i
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[Paris?], [between 1600 and 1699?]

Physical description

1 print : engraving

Lettering

Monstrum monocephalon binis corporibus. Monstrum bicorpor et monocephalon utriusq sexus. Monstru monocephalon bicorpor aliud.

References note

The Wellcome Library's manuscript of P. Boaistuau, Histoires prodigieuses, has a drawing similar to the lower part of the print

Lettering note

Lettering gives reference : iconismus XVI, p. 611, figs. XXIII-XXV
"MIGLO" inscribed on block on which one figure rests foot

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 88i

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