Androgynous winged genius at a feast of Ceres (symbolized by the moon) or Bacchus, carrying the a vase of lustral water and the mysterious vase of Iacchus covered by a cestus or battle glove. Within a circular border of floral patterns inside a square black border decorated with geometric lines. Copperplate engraving by Thomas Kirk (1765-1797) from Sir William Hamilton’s Outlines from the Figures and Compositions upon the Greek, Roman and Etruscan Vases of the Late Sir Hamilton, T. M’Lean, London, 1834.

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Androgynous winged genius at a feast of Ceres (symbolized by the moon) or Bacchus, carrying the a vase of lustral water and the mysterious vase of Iacchus covered by a cestus or battle glove. Within a circular border of floral patterns inside a square black border decorated with geometric lines. Copperplate engraving by Thomas Kirk (1765-1797) from Sir William Hamilton’s Outlines from the Figures and Compositions upon the Greek, Roman and Etruscan Vases of the Late Sir Hamilton, T. M’Lean, London, 1834.

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