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Hieronymus Bock cap. XLVI on pg. XLII Kreuter Buch, darin Underscheid, Wurckung und Namen der Kreuter so in Deutschen Landen wachsen - Gedruckt zu Strasburg : Bei Wendel Rihel, Den xxviij Augusti, im Jar MDXLVI 1546

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : woodcut, col. ; 29 x 18 cm.

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Illustration of a scene from the Pyramus and Thisbe myth as described by Ovid. Thisbe arrives at the mulberry tree and throws up her arms at the sight of the dying Pyramus who lies next to the tree. The handle of a knife protrudes from his chest. Butterflies fly amidst the leaves of the fruitful tree and the lion is shown running away in the distance.

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<p>Illustration of a scene from the Pyramus and Thisbe myth as described by Ovid. Thisbe arrives at the mulberry tree and throws up her arms at the sight of the dying Pyramus who lies next to the tree. The handle of a knife protrudes from his chest. Butterflies fly amidst the leaves of the fruitful tree and the lion is shown running away in the distance.</p>
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Maulbeer Baum

Hieronymus Bock cap. XLVI on pg. XLII Kreuter Buch, darin Underscheid, Wurckung und Namen der Kreuter so in Deutschen Landen wachsen - Gedruckt zu Strasburg : Bei Wendel Rihel, Den xxviij Augusti, im Jar MDXLVI 1546

<p>Illustration of a scene from the Pyramus and Thisbe myth as described by Ovid. Thisbe arrives at the mulberry tree and throws up her arms at the sight of the dying Pyramus who lies next to the tree. The handle of a knife protrudes from his chest. Butterflies fly amidst the leaves of the fruitful tree and the lion is shown running away in the distance.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : woodcut, col. ; 29 x 18 cm.

ABSTRACT

Illustration of a scene from the Pyramus and Thisbe myth as described by Ovid. Thisbe arrives at the mulberry tree and throws up her arms at the sight of the dying Pyramus who lies next to the tree. The handle of a knife protrudes from his chest. Butterflies fly amidst the leaves of the fruitful tree and the lion is shown running away in the distance.

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