'Figure du Poission nomme Caspilly' Anonymous
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'Figure du Poission nomme Caspilly'
Figure of a Caspilly, a mythological sea-beast, in a seascape that includes a whale and small boats. The animal is shown being hunted from boats and by archers from the sea-shore. Illustration from Discours d'Ambroise Pare ... a scavoir, de la mumie, de la licorne, des venins, et de la peste, avec une table des plus notables matieres contenues esdit discours (chez Gabriel Buon, Paris, 1582), f.29. Ambroise ParÃš (c.1510-1590) was a French barber surgeon and anatomist who served several Kings of France.
Original: woodcut engraving. 1582
- Image reference: RS-10134
- The Royal Society
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