The Cumæan Sibyl

Figure descriptions
A man, identified in the poem text as King Taraquin, sits on a throne with his feet on a cushioned stool. He is dressed in classical robes and wears a laurel crown. The King reaches down beside his thrown, where a sheathed sword rests on the ground. A man in a long, dark, and hooded cloak walks towards King Taraquin. His face is almost completely obscured. A large open archway stands in the background. There are trees and cliffs in the background beyond the archway. 3/4-page illustration contained within a single-ruled border.