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Medea Kills Her Brother Absyrtus on the Ship of the Argonauts (Lequel les suit vite à main vengeresse...)

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Engraving; second state of three, Jason and the Golden Fleece (Livre de la Conqueste de la Toison d'or par le Prince Jason de Tessalie)
Jason and the Golden Fleece (Livre de la Conqueste de la Toison d'or par le Prince Jason de Tessalie), Drawings and Prints, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York NY, Harris Brisbane Dick Fund 1926
Title: Medea Kills Her Brother Absyrtus on the Ship of the Argonauts (Lequel les suit vite à main vengeresse...)
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Engraving; second state of three, Jason and the Golden Fleece (Livre de la Conqueste de la Toison d'or par le Prince Jason de Tessalie).

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