Stag skull, garlanded, with bird perched on antler at right; a tailpiece from Baculard d’Arnaud ‘Les Epreuves du sentiment’, 6 vols (Paris: Delalain, 1772-1778) Etching with letterpress-printed text
After Clément Pierre Marillier
Lyon :Georg ;1879..
A sorcery manual from 18th century Germany called the Clavis Inferni [The Key of Hell]. This image depicts “Uricus, a red-crowned and winged serpent, as King of the East” and “Paymon, a black cat-like animal with horns, long whiskers and tail, as King of the West.”