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Emblems of mortality : representing, in upwards of fifty cuts, Death seizing all ranks and degrees of people : imitated from a painting in the cemetery of the Dominican church at Basil, in Switzerland : with an apostrophe to each, translated from the Latin and French, intended as well for the information of the curious, as the instruction and entertainment of youth : to which is prefixed a copious preface, containing an historical account of the above, and other paintings on this subject, now or lately existing in divers parts of Europe.

Title:Emblems of mortality : representing, in upwards of fifty cuts, Death seizing all ranks and degrees of people : imitated from a painting in the cemetery of the Dominican church at Basil, in Switzerland : with an apostrophe to each, translated from the Latin and French, intended as well for the information of the curious, as the instruction and entertainment of youth : to which is prefixed a copious preface, containing an historical account of the above, and other paintings on this subject, now or lately existing in divers parts of Europe.
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Translator:Aemilius, Georg, 1517-1569
Translator:Hawkins, John Sidney, 1758-1842, editor
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Note:London : Printed for T. Hodgson, in George's-Court, St. John's-Lane, Clerkenwell, MDCCLXXXIX [1789]
  
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Subject:Holbein, Hans, 1497-1543
Subject:Totentanz (Holbein, Hans)
Subject:Dance of Death (Title)
Subject:Dance of death
Subject:Emblems
Subject:Death in art
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