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Unicorns on the Banks of the Indus, Hunted by Permission of the King, plate 29 from Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium Of Hunting Wild Beasts, Birds, Fish engraved by Jan Collaert 1566-1628 published by Phillipus Gallaeus of Amsterdam

by Jan van der (Joannes Stradanus) Straet

Unicorns on the Banks of the Indus, Hunted by Permission of the King, plate 29 from Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium Of Hunting Wild Beasts, Birds, Fish engraved by Jan Collaert 1566-1628 published by Phillipus Gallaeus of Amsterdam - Jan van der (Joannes Stradanus) Straet
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Unicorns on the Banks of the Indus, Hunted by Permission of the King, plate 29 from Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium Of Hunting Wild Beasts, Birds, Fish engraved by Jan Collaert 1566-1628 published by Phillipus Gallaeus of Amsterdam - Jan van der (Joannes Stradanus) Straet

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English: "Unicorns on the Banks of the Indus, Hunted by Permission of the King, plate 29 from Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium Of Hunting Wild Beasts, Birds, Fish engraved by Jan Collaert 1566-1628 published by Phillipus Gallaeus of Amsterdam" oil on Canvas.
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