Satire on the Civil War with a double-headed snake and Egyptian pyramids

Etcher Wenceslaus Hollar Bohemian
After Francis Delaram British

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An emblem of the English Civil War with a double-headed snake crawling before the Egyptian pyramids with the head of the Sphinx at the left.

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