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A caelo et caesare salus. Venit, vidit, vicit

From: The triumph of our monarchy, over the plots and principles of our rebels and republicans : being remarks on their most eminent libels ... / by John Northleigh ...

A caelo et caesare salus. Venit, vidit, vicit

From: The triumph of our monarchy, over the plots and principles of our rebels and republicans : being remarks on their most eminent libels ... / by John Northleigh ...

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Other Creator: Northleigh, John, 1657-1705
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Abstract:
Engraved frontispiece with an allegorical illustration depicting a woman, at the bottom of the sea, breaking chains that once bound her wrists, a sea monster, a knight on a winged horse, and a sailing vessel.
Physical Description:
1 l.
ill., engraving
19 cm.
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
Source Digital Format:
High Resolution (image/tiff)
Object ID: 2014890
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