Plate 131: Scylla's transformation; in the centre, Scylla is in the sea, the water up to her waist, seen from behind; she is surrounded by five sea-monsters ressembling hounds; to the right, a large rocky promontory; beyond, in the centre the goddess Circe, in miniature, with a trail of clouds above her; at far right, a volcano; on the far left, Glaucus is seen with arms outstretched; behind him, rocky mountains. 1641
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