Joseph's Tunic

Book Title: Historiae celebriores Veteris Testamenti Iconibus representatae / et ad excitandas bonas meditationes selectis Epigrammatibus exornatae in lucem datae à Christophoro Weigelio Noribergae

Author: Luiken, Caspar, 1672-1708.

Image Title: Joseph's Tunic

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Description: Jacob embraces the garment he made for his beloved son, Joseph, after his sons dipped it into goat’s blood, and deceived Jacob into thinking that an animal had devoured Joseph. The names of the artist, Caspar Luyken (1672-1708), and the printer, Christoph Weigel (1654-1725), are located below the woodcut in the bottom left and right corners respectively.

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