Zachariae proles deserter
Artist: Unknown German Artist Primary
ZACHARIAE proles desert adit avia ductu
Angelico: luxum deliciasque fugit
Membra pilis hirti discit velare cameli,
Et lumbos zona cingere pellicea.
Other impressions of this work are inscribed on the plate (on the rock at center foreground) with the names of the artist, engraver, and printer: [Ioan. Stradanus invent./Corn Galle sculp./ Phls Galle excud].
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Century in the proleptic Gregorian calendar including the years 1500 to 1599 (or 1501 to 1600).
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