The woman of the Apocalypse and the seven-headed dragon; the winged woman stands on the left on a crescent, adorned with twelve stars, and above, God receives her new-born child, with Latin letterpress text on the verso. One of a series of 15 woodcuts from the 1498 Latin edition c.1497 Woodcut

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Thing

In Series
Apocalypse
Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
book-illustration, print
Exhibition History
1999/2000 Dec-Apr, London, BM, 'The Apocalypse', no.15
School
German
Subject
revelations
Techniques
woodcut

Place

In Gallery
German XVIc Mounted Roy

Time

Acquired In
1895
Made
1497

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