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Plate showing the 'Hydra septiceps Ges. summo artificio efficta, & in Thesauro Veneto seruata' (an ingenious artificial seven-headed hydra, from the treasury of Venice). From the book Serpentum et draconum historiae [Natural History of Snakes and Dragons] by Ulisse Aldrovandi (Bologna, 1640).
Original: woodcut engraving. 1640
- Image reference: RS-10447
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