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Perseus, holding the head of Medusa and a rod with a curved hook protruding from it (with text within the outlines of the image).

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Perseus, holding the head of Medusa and a rod with a curved hook protruding from it (with text within the outlines of the image).


From the manuscript ""Cosmological Miscellany, including excerpts from Isidore's De natura rerum and Etymologia, and Cicero's Aratea"", produced in Peterborough (England) in the 12th Century, now in the British Library.

[Warburg Institute] Perseus, holding the head of Medusa and a rod with a curved hook protruding from it (with text within the outlines of the image). [Image]


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Additional Information: Citation: Cosmological Miscellany, including excerpts from Isidore's De natura rerum and Etymologia, and Cicero's Aratea (1122). Ms C I. British Library, London:22v.
Subjects: Culture, Language & Literature
History
Keywords: Magic & Science, Astronomical & Astrological Mss, Constellation Cycles, Aratea I
Divisions: Warburg Institute
Collections: Cosmological Miscellany images
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URI: http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/id/eprint/321
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