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Additional 10290 f. 118 Medea, Absirchius and Hypsipyle
Medea, Absirchius  and Hypsipyle
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Description: Miniature of Medea, with Jason and the Argonauts in a ship, about to throw the head of her brother, Absirchius, into the sea with his severed limbs, to stop her father, King AeŽtes (Oethes), who is pursuing them in the other ship; above left, the abandoned Hypsipyle jumping off a cliff. 
Origin: N. Netherlands (Gouda?) 


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