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Arriving in Hell, 17th century woodcut. From 'Compendium maleficarum' by Maria Guazzo, published in Milan in 1626. | MIDDLE TEMPLE LIBRARY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Arrival in Hell.- century woodcut illustration showing a collection of males arriving in Hell and being met by The Devil. The illustration comes from 'Compendium maleficarum' by Maria Guazzo, published in Milan in

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This woodcut illustrates a story of a witch from England, not from the North. As a punishment for her evil deeds, all her family   died. In her despair, she asked to be buried alive. To the right we see the   empty sarcophagus she was buried in and the three chains that sealed it.   The grave was broken up and the devil now takes her away on his   horse. By Olaus Magnus, 1555

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New world: Depiction of cannibalism in the Brazilian Tupinambá tribe as described by Hans Staden in But Europeans also consumed human flesh

"Of Serving Two Masters". This woodcut is attributed to the artist the Haintz-Nar-Meister. It is an illustration from the book Stultifera navis (Ship of Fools) by Sebastian Brant, published by Johann Bergmann in Basel in 1498.

"Of Serving Two Masters". This woodcut is attributed to the artist the Haintz-Nar-Meister. It is an illustration from the book Stultifera navis (Ship of Fools) by Sebastian Brant, published by Johann Bergmann in Basel in

University of Houston Digital Library: Ship of Fools Woodcuts: Of Wooing

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"Of Borrowing". This woodcut is attributed to the artist the Gnad-Her-Meister. It is an illustration from the book Stultifera navis (Ship of Fools) by Sebastian Brant, published by Johann Bergmann in Basel in 1498.

"Of Borrowing". This woodcut is attributed to the artist the Gnad-Her-Meister. It is an illustration from the book Stultifera navis (Ship of Fools) by Sebastian Brant, published by Johann Bergmann in Basel in

"Of Envy and Hate". This woodcut is attributed to the artist Albrecht Dürer. It is an illustration from the book Stultifera navis (Ship of Fools) by Sebastian Brant, published by Johann Bergmann in Basel in 1498.

This woodcut is attributed to the artist Albrecht Dürer. It is an illustration from the book Stultifera navis (Ship of Fools) by Sebastian Brant, published by Johann Bergmann in Basel in

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