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RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Old Testament
→ Proverbs → Proverbs of Congregans (or Agur, Prov. 30)
→ Prov. 30:8: Tribue tantum victui mei necessaria (Give me only the necessaries of life)
→ Prov. 30:17: Oculum qui subsannat patrem ... comedant eum filii aquilae (The eye that mocketh at his father ... let ... the young eagles eat it)
→ Prov. 30:18-19: Tria sunt difficilia mihi ... Viam aquilae in caelo, viam colubri super petram, viam navis in medio mari, et viam viri in adolescentia
→ Prov. 30:20: Talis est et via mulieris adulterae, quae comedit, et tergens os suum dicit: Non sum operata malum (Such is also the way of an adulterous woman, who ... saith: I have done no evil)
→ Prov. 30:24-28: Quatuor sunt minima terrae ... sapientiora ... Formica, Lepusculus, Locusta, Stellio (Four very little things of the earth, and they are wiser ... Ants, Rabbit, Locust, Stellio)