The goddess Diana presiding over military figures representing the choleric temperament. Etching by J.D. Nessenthaler, ca. 1750.
- Nessenthaler, Johann David, 1717?-1766.
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The top half of the image is filled with arms, armour, a military encampment and soldiers. The bottom half shows predatory animals, a wide-eyed dog and a captured stag (related to Diana, who has a moon decorating her head and carries a bow and arrow)