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|Title||the Vision of Skulls; As it appears, though dead so long; Each skull is found to have a tongue.|
|Book||Thomas Rowlandson. The English Dance of Death. London : R. Ackermann, 1815. Page 0.1217.|
|Notes||London. Pub. Nov.1-1814, at R. Ackermann’s, 101 Strand; handcolored. Rowlandson’s satire thrives on ironies such as here, where death plays tour guide to gullible fools in the catacombs.|
|Subjects||dance, skeleton, fool|
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