The Hague, KB, 72 A 22, f. 312r [‘The Neo-Platonist philosopher Porphyrius vacillating between good (angels) and evil (devils)’]. Augustine, La Cité de Dieu (Vol. I). Translation from the Latin by Raoul de Presles. c.1410
Miniature of the Fall of Lucifer and the rebel angels, decorated initial 'T'(ous), and full foliate borders including two angels supporting heraldic arms in the lower margin, at the beginning of Jacques Legrand's Livre des bonnes moeurs.
Allegory: League of Cambrai -- At top is two-headed eagle (representing Holy Roman Empire), and porcupine (representing Louis XII of France). Quills of the porcupine descend toward and transfix lion (representing Venice), seated on ground. Below are two dogs (representing Ferdinand of Aragon), beside oak tree (representing Pope Julius II). Figures are in landscape setting, in which is body of water with two ships. Scene is surrounded by architectural frame, with garland.