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Eriphanis

Figure descriptions
A woman, identified in the poem text as Eriphanis, lounges in a chair. She rests her chin in her hand and looks down at the ground. A man, identified in the poem text as Menalcas, stands over her with his arms crossed in front of his chest. Behind the couple, there is an ascending set of stairs. At the top of the stairs, there is a crowd of men and women dressed in classical robes. There are two dogs on the steps. A vase filled with flowers sits on a plinth to the left of Eriphanis. A vine with leaves extends from this vase; it ascends and forms a partial border along the left, top, and right edges of the illustration. There is a decorative pattern along the bottom edge of the illustration. 3/4-page illustration contained within a single-ruled border.
A woman, identified in the poem text as Eriphanis, sits against the side of a cliff that overlooks rolling hills. A man, identified in the poem text as Menalcas, sits next to her. Eriphanis gestures with her left arm held out in front of her. She looks ahead to wear she is gesturing, as does Menalcas. Menalcas holds a bow between his legs. There are two dogs at the figures’ feet; one dog lounges and looks out into the distance with its tongue out, while the other looks up at the figures. Foliage is dispersed throughout the illustration. 2/3-page illustration contained within a single-ruled border; the top corners of the border are curved.
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