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Pegasus

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English: Vol. 2. Fig. 44. Perseus riding Pegasus saves Andromeda at her rock from the seamonster Cetus..
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Source Histoire de Guillaume III, roi d'Angleterre ... Prince d'Orange ... contenant les actions les plus mémorables de sa vie, et ce qui s'est passé de plus remarquable depuis sa naissance jusque'à sa mort / avec plus de 80 figures. 1703. Publisher and printer: A Amsterdam, chez Pierre Mortier (Pieter (I) Mortier Amsterdam, 1685-1711). Note: because of the many images of coins this work usually is referred to as Histoire métallique du Guillaume III. In three parts.
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