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A frieze of eight draped women, dancing after a wedding, and on the far left a Bacchante, holding a thyrsus and carrying a dead fawn; after an antique relief from the Villa Borghese, sometimes known as the Borghese Dancers; two plates joined together. 1645 Etching
- Height: 169 millimetres (left plate, trimmed)
- Width: 411 millimetres
- Height: 151 millimetres (right plate)
- Width: 460 millimetres
Inscription ContentNumbered on plate: '19' (bottom centre) and '20' (bottom right); signed on plate with monogram, within image, bottom centre; lettered with Latin inscription: 'Bacchantis imago cuni thyrso......'.
From a series of views of antique reliefs, see 1972,U.922.1 for comment.
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Object reference number: PPA196506
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