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Clare af-beeldinghe, ofte effigien, der voornaemste conspirateurs, staende op het lichaem van de hoofdeloose Arminiaensche slange. Waer in vertoont word hoe den Orangien boom/ mitsgaders religie ende justitie in spijt van't bedrogh en den vervallen boom, door de strael Gods/ beschermt word.
- Amsterdam, gedruct by Jan Adrianssz, voor Jan Amelissz, boeck-vercoper tot Uytrecht, 1623.Broadside with half-page engraving and letterpress, tipped onto mount. Ca. 39 x 28,5 cm.Conspiracy against Maurice Prince of Orange (1567 - 1625) stadtholder of the Dutch Republic. During the Twelve Years' Truce, a religious dispute broke out in the Republic, and a conflict erupted between Maurice and Van Oldenbarnevelt, which ended with the latter's decapitation. - (One margin sl. damaged with loss of a few letters). - Rare.Muller, Historieplaten, 1479.
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