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center right in (gold?): II.; man in image numbered .1., in red ink; giraffes in image numbered .2. and .3., in red ink; plant in image numbered .4., in red ink; lower center in black/brown ink: Diversum confusa genus, Panthera Camelo.
Facing page: upper center in brown ink: Gloriantes ad quid valebimus? Ipse enim / omnipotens super o[m/n]ia opera sua Ecc.43. (“What shall we be able to do to glorify him? For the Almighty himself is above all his works.” Ecclesiasticus 43:30) (Latin Vulgate Bible) / Lower center in black/violet ink: MONTES exultaverunt ut arietes: Et colles / sicut agni ovium. psal: 113: (“The mountains skipped like rams and the hills like the lambs of the flock.” Psalms 113:4) (Latin Vulgate Bible)


Emperor Rudolph of Austria; Lessing J. Rosenwald, Alverthorpe, PA; gift to NGA, 1987.

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