Plate 54: Ceres and Triptolemus: at left, Ceres, standing on a cloud, holding a sheaf of corn in her right hand, pointing to the chariot with her left left hand; in the centre, Triptolemus holding the reins of his ornate chariot, led by two large winged creatures; a sheaf of corn at the back of the chariot; both figures surrounded by clouds; on the far right, beyond, the interior of a room, with a covered bed, a King Lyncus brandishing a sword before his victim. 1641
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