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Viewing: Wood 401(157)

Ballad - Roud Number: V9422

Title: Prides fall, or a warning for all English women. By the example of a strange monster born of late in Germany, by a merchants proud wife in Geneva

First Line: Englands fair dainty dames see here the fall of pride

Tune: All you that love good fellows

References:

ESTC: R182103

Subjects:  HollandGermany

Themes:  MerchantsMonstrous birthsMorality


Illustration

IconClass Codes:
31A511: Mirror
41D222(RUFF): Neck-gear ~ clothing (with NAME)
31AA4422: Anthropomorphic being with two upper bodies - AA - female human figure
31AA44(+41): Anthropomorphic beings (legendary or not) with heads, limbs or organs of an abnormal number, in abnormal places or of an abnormal shape) - AA - female human figure (+ head, face)
31B6(+933): Morphology of human expression (+ holding something)
49B2521: Rod, birch ~ punishment at school
41D2662: Bracelet, wristlet
41D2332: Shoes, sandals
31AA(+89): The (nude) human figure; 'Corpo humano' (Ripa) - AA - female human figure (+ nude human being)



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