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Illustration - 1st Illustration on Bod12699

IconClass Codes:
31E12: Deathbed
98B(SCYLURUS)68: Death of Scylurus: the Scythian king, on his deathbed, enjoins his eighty sons to break a bundle of rods (or arrows) tied together; when they can't do this, he breaks the rods one by one, thus teaching them that united they will be strong, divided weak

Illustration - 1st Illustration on Bod3428

IconClass Codes:
31E112: Assembly of relatives ~ dying person
42B741: Father and child(ren), man and child(ren) (family group)
42G222: Brothers or sisters (second degree family relationships)
98B(SCYLURUS)68: Death of Scylurus: the Scythian king, on his deathbed, enjoins his eighty sons to break a bundle of rods (or arrows) tied together; when they can't do this, he breaks the rods one by one, thus teaching them that united they will be strong, divided weak

Illustration - 1st Illustration on Bod19063

IconClass Codes:
31E112: Assembly of relatives ~ dying person
42B741: Father and child(ren), man and child(ren) (family group)
42G222: Brothers or sisters (second degree family relationships)
98B(SCYLURUS)68: Death of Scylurus: the Scythian king, on his deathbed, enjoins his eighty sons to break a bundle of rods (or arrows) tied together; when they can't do this, he breaks the rods one by one, thus teaching them that united they will be strong, divided weak

Illustration - 1st Illustration on Bod18397

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31E113: Last words and last favours, nuncupate
41A721: Chair
31A235: Sitting figure
31D5: Young versus old age; young and old
42B741: Father and child(ren), man and child(ren) (family group)
42G222: Brothers or sisters (second degree family relationships)
98B(SCYLURUS)68: Death of Scylurus: the Scythian king, on his deathbed, enjoins his eighty sons to break a bundle of rods (or arrows) tied together; when they can't do this, he breaks the rods one by one, thus teaching them that united they will be strong, divided weak
25G1(+224): Plants (in general) (+ bundle of twigs, faggot)

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