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Musaeum hermeticum reformatum et amplificatum..., p. 396. - Francofurti: Hermannum a Sande, 1677 1678

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : woodcut.

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A winged man wearing a crown and holding two caducei is approached from either side by a man, one holding a sword with single serpent (i.e. staff of Aesculapius) and the other, a sword with a cock (symbol associated with Aesculapius).

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[Hermes/Mercury]

Musaeum hermeticum reformatum et amplificatum..., p. 396. - Francofurti: Hermannum a Sande, 1677 1678

<p>A winged man wearing a crown and holding two caducei is approached from either side by a man, one holding a sword with single serpent (i.e. staff of Aesculapius) and the other, a sword with a cock (symbol associated with Aesculapius).</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : woodcut.

ABSTRACT

A winged man wearing a crown and holding two caducei is approached from either side by a man, one holding a sword with single serpent (i.e. staff of Aesculapius) and the other, a sword with a cock (symbol associated with Aesculapius).

No MeSH data available.