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Egerton 2572 f. 51v The Four Humours
The Four Humours
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Description: Drawing of the head of Christ, surrounded by four male figures, identified by captions as personifications of the Four Humours: Melancholic man, with a large purse at his waist, Sanguine man, with a small purse in his hand, Phlegmatic man, in mittens, with a purse at his waist and a staff, and Choleric man, without attributes; each with an inscribed scroll. 
Origin: England (N., York?) 


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