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upper center: DAN; lower right in plate: .7.; in margin below image, in plate: Dan factus populi iudex est ut tribus o[m]nis. / Caetera collatus in semita Colubro. / Cerasti, morsu prendenti posteriora, / Fortis equi; ascensor quo cadet ipse retro. (Dan has become the judge of the people, and also of each tribe. He is otherwise as a horned viper on the path that bites the heels of a game horse so that the rider falls backward. [translation from Veldman, Ilja M., and H. J. de Jonge, "The sons of Jacob: the twelve patriarchs in sixteenth-century Netherlandish prints and popular literature," Simiolus, vol. 15 (1985), no. 3, p. 196.])


(Kunsthandlung Helmut H. Rumbler, Frankfurt am Main); purchased 2005 by NGA.

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Rumbler, Helmut H., Mr.


Hollstein, F.W.H. et al. Dutch and Flemish etchings, engravings and woodcuts, ca. 1450-1700. 72 vols. Amsterdam, 1980: XXI (Johannes Sadeler I), no. 69, ii/ii.
The New Hollstein Dutch & Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts, 1450-1700. (Crispijn van den Broeck, Ursula Mielke, author). Ouderkerk aan den Ijssel: Sound & Vision Publishers, 2011: Part I, no. 57, ii/ii.

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