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The angel with the key of the bottomless pit, detail - Albrecht Dürer Apocalypse’s series 1497-1498  woodcut 395 x 285  B75

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The angel with the key of the bottomless pit, detail - Albrecht Dürer
Apocalypse’s series
1497-1498 
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395 x 285 
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Of Finding Treasure. 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. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries (Public Domain).

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Of Finding Treasure. 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. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries (Public Domain).

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The Papist Devil, “Ego sum Papa” (I am the Pope). From a Reformation handbill against Pope Alexander VI, Paris, late 15th century.

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The Papist Devil, “Ego sum Papa” (I am the Pope). From a Reformation handbill against Pope Alexander VI, Paris, late 15th century.

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The antichrist (chapter 103), detail - attributed to Albrecht Dürer 1494 woodcut It is an illustration from the book “Stultifera navis” (Ship of fools) by Sebastian Brant, published by Johann Bergmann von Olpe in Basel in 1494.
"[In The Birth of Tragedy, Nietzsche showed] that the tragic structure from which the history of the Western world is made is nothing other than the refusal, the forgetting and the silent collapse of tragedy. Around that experience, which is central as it knots the tragic to the dialectic of history in the very refusal of tragedy by history, many other experiences gravitate.  What is required is a history of this great divide, all along this Occidental becoming… .”  Michel Foucault

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The antichrist (chapter 103), detail - attributed to Albrecht Dürer
1494
woodcut
It is an illustration from the book “Stultifera navis” (Ship of fools) by Sebastian Brant, published by Johann Bergmann von Olpe in Basel in 1494.

"[In The Birth of Tragedy, Nietzsche showed] that the tragic structure from which the history of the Western world is made is nothing other than the refusal, the forgetting and the silent collapse of tragedy. Around that experience, which is central as it knots the tragic to the dialectic of history in the very refusal of tragedy by history, many other experiences gravitate.
What is required is a history of this great divide, all along this Occidental becoming… .”
Michel Foucault

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Wheel of Fortune - attributed to Albrecht Dürer 1494 woodcut It is an illustration from the book “Stultifera navis" (Ship of fools) by Sebastian Brant, published by Johann Bergmann von Olpe in Basel in 1494.

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Wheel of Fortune - attributed to Albrecht Dürer
1494
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It is an illustration from the book “Stultifera navis" (Ship of fools) by Sebastian Brant, published by Johann Bergmann von Olpe in Basel in 1494.

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The Babylon Harlot seated on the Seven-Headed Beast, from the Apocalypse Jean Duvet (French, ca. 1485–after 1561) Engraving  30,1 x 22 cm  Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1925  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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The Babylon Harlot seated on the Seven-Headed Beast, from the Apocalypse
Jean Duvet (French, ca. 1485–after 1561)
Engraving
30,1 x 22 cm
Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1925 
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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