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Fertilization of Egypt, illustration to 'The Botanic Garden', I, by Erasmus Darwin, London 1791; the God Anubis with the head of a dog praying to the star Sirius for rain, he stands with one foot on either bank of the river, beyond the winged figure of Jupiter Pluvius. 1791 Graphite

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Fertilization of Egypt, illustration to 'The Botanic Garden', I, by Erasmus Darwin, London 1791; the God Anubis with the head of a dog praying to the star Sirius for rain, he stands with one foot on either bank of the river, beyond the winged figure of Jupiter Pluvius. 1791 Graphite

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