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Description: Hercules at the cross-roads, he is seated at the right, to the left are female personifications of Virtue and Vice (c. 1547–1587). Engraving by Adamo (Ghisi) Scultori after a drawing by Giulio Romano. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2012.136.306.


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