The Dragon Slaying the Companions of Cadmus  

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The Dragon Slaying the Companions of Cadmus 1588 by Hendrik Goltzius, after a painting of Cornelis van Haarlem
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The Dragon Slaying the Companions of Cadmus 1588 by Hendrik Goltzius, after a painting of Cornelis van Haarlem

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The Dragon Slaying the Companions of Cadmus is a painting by Cornelis Cornelisz van Haarlem (1562–1638). Hendrik Goltzius made a copper engraving of Cadmus' struggle with the dragon, based on the painting.


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