A broadside on the asymetrical conjoined twins Lazzaro and Giovanni Battista Colloredo who were in London in 1637; with an engraving showing a young man dressed in elegant clothes, his waistcoat open and cloak pulled aside, revealing the body and limbs of a parasite twin attached to his abdomen; with engraved Latin and English inscription, and with Latin letterpress title and verses in two columns. (London, Milbourne; [1637]).

Historia Ænigmatica, de gemellis Genoæ connatis

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