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Ancient mythology: Harpocrates, deity of silence and mysteres, holding a horn and carrying his finger in his mouth - Eau forte by Jacques Louis Constant Lacerf, after an illustration by Leonard Defrance (1735-1805), extracted from mythology in fabulous prints or divine figures, circa 1820 - Harpocrates, Greek and Roman god of silence, with finger to his lips, holding horn and wearing a figleaf - Handcoloured copperplate engraving engraved by Jacques Louis Constant Lacerf after illustrations by Leonard Defrance from “Mythology in Prints or Figures of Fabled Gods”, Chez P. Blanchard, Paris, c 1820
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Ancient mythology: Harpocrates, deity of silence and mysteres, holding a horn and carrying his finger in his mouth - Eau forte by Jacques Louis Constant Lacerf, after an illustration by Leonard Defrance (1735-1805), extracted from mythology in fabulous prints or divine figures, circa 1820 - Harpocrates, Greek and Roman god of silence, with finger to his lips, holding horn and wearing a figleaf - Handcoloured copperplate engraving engraved by Jacques Louis Constant Lacerf after illustrations by Leonard Defrance from “Mythology in Prints or Figures of Fabled Gods”, Chez P. Blanchard, Paris, c 1820

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mythology / god / human / french / gesture / paganism / horn / hand / french / france / mythological character / Florilegius / antiquite / 19 / Engraving / Mzengraving

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