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De eo qui exceptiones quaerit ad emendandum se (Of those who seek exceptiones to perfect themselves) DescriptionThree crows perched on the hands and head of a seated fool; illustration to a Latin edition of Sebastian Brant's 'Ship of Fools', probably that printed by Petri in Basel in 1572. c.1568-72 Woodcut

Recto Three crows perched on the hands and head of a seated fool; illustration to a Latin edition of Sebastian Brant's 'Ship of Fools', probably that printed by Petri in Basel in Woodcut © The Trustees of the British Museum

A drunken child chained by the devil; the child with horns, standing on an open book while urinating on a table. Holding a short sword in his right hand and a stick from which a crown is dangling over his left shoulder. The devilish creature holding the chains on the right, flames in the background. Illustration to Johann von Schwartzenberg, ‘Ain buchle wider das zutrincken’, published as part of ‘Der Teütsch Cicero’, Augsburg: H. Steiner, 1535. Woodcut.

“ A drunken child chained by the devil Illustration to Johann von Schwartzenberg, ‘Ain buchle wider das zutrincken’, Woodcut made by Jörg Breu I, Printed by Heinrich Steiner and published as part of.

Peasant

Holbein: The Peasant

Daniel Hopfer, Gib Frid (Let me Go), early 16th century etching, British Museum;

Three Haggard-looking Old Women Beating the Devil to the Ground - Devilish creatures in the sky, landscape background; Inscription reads "Give Peace." Etching made by Daniel Hopfer, Germany,

The demon Pruflas, with lion's head, who generally appears at conjuration blowing a trumpet, and riding a bear-like creature. From Collin de Plancy's 'Dictionnaire Infernal' [1863].

The demon Pruflas, with lion's head, who generally appears at conjuration blowing a trumpet, and riding a bear-like creature. From Collin de Plancy's 'Dictionnaire Infernal'