The Satyr and the Sword (from John Ogilby, "Aesopics or a Second Colllection of Fables," 1668)

Wenceslaus Hollar Bohemian
Related author John Ogilby British
Subject Aesop Greek

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Fable of the Satyr and the Sword; a satyr walking to right, delightedly looking at a sword held out in his right hand, a sword with a pommel carved in the shape of a human head, which faces him; behind at left, five naked women bathing in a rive

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