Title-page to Hobbes's 'Leviathan' (London: Andrew Cooke, 1651); a crowned man, whose body is made of numerous human bodies, emerges from a mountain, holding a sword in his left hand and a crozier in in right hand; below is the title inscribed on a tapestry and surrounded by ten framed allegories: castle, crown, cannon, military trophies, battle on the left; church, bishop mitre, thunder, inscribed trident and forks, and assembly of magistrates. 1651 Etching
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