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Das allegrösste Bilder ABC. O lith. Anst. Winckelmann & Söhne in Berlin

Das allegrösste Bilder ABC. O lith. Anst. Winckelmann & Söhne in Berlin



Print shows the letter "O" formed by two women bending backward, touching fingers to fingers, toes to toes, with examples "Orgelspieler" showing a man playing an organ; "Obsthändlerinn" showing a woman selling fruit in an open-air market; and "Opferfest" showing a ceremonial sacrifice with two boys leading two rams and two boys with axes leading a cow toward five elderly priests standing around a raised brazier and a statue of Apollo holding a lyre.
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