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The Sorceress,


Translation of Latin text below image: “How many evils does lust, constrained by no limit, compel, and with what asweet song drags even the purest minds of mortals into every (kind of) upheaval. [sed cito quam fallimur: something like, “but how quickly we are led astray” or “but how quickly we decline”]. Death takes over brief life, brief joy. What smiles for a moment grieves for eternity.” Translation by A. Szegedy-Maszak and Michael Roberts 2006. See object file for notes on translation.

Watermark: Coat of arms with fleur-de-lis

Accession number: 1959.16.4

Gift of Alice C. (Mrs. Isaac) Carter, 1959

Bibliography: F. & v.d.k. 114; Wurzbach 114.

Work Type: print

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