Title-page to George Hakewill, 'An Apologie or Declaration of the Power and Providence of God' (London, Robert Allott, 1630); title in centre, between two Ionic columns; at the top, the sun, moon and stars, with the tetragrammaton, and a hand pointing downwards at a scene of desolation with ruined buildings and the corpses of men, an eagle, an elephant and a deer; to the left of the scene, Time, winged and holding an hourglass and scythe; to the right of the scene, Death holding an arrow; lettered above the scene, an inscription in a scroll, 'Sic placuit de singulis'; centre left, another sun and tetragrammaton, and a hand preventing Time from swinging his scythe which he holds over the globe; an inscription above, 'Sic manet incolumis Mundus'; centre right, a sun and tetragrammaton, and a hand holding a thunderbolt above the world in flames; above, an inscription, 'Una eademque manus', and below a small scene in a circle depicting various animals of land, sea and air, below an inscription, 'Permutant variantque vices'; at the bottom, a plinth, on the left of which, in an oval, a ship is depicted beneath the inscription 'Movet sed non amovetur'; on the right of the plinth, in an oval, a wheel is depicted beneath the inscription 'Eadem depressa resurgent'; in the centre of the plinth a coat of arms and crest, beneath a scroll lettered 'Ad te domine'. 1630 Engraving
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