29.—Arch-Druid in his full Judicial Costume.details

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29.—Arch-Druid in his full Judicial Costume.

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A fanciful drawing of an Arch-Druid (archdruid) in his full costume, judicial presumably meaning that he is ready to judge over people. An old and stern-looking man with a long flowing beard wears a robe fastened about his chest with a buclked belt. One bare foot protudes from beneath his robe, showing him to be barefoot. His righ thand is raised, although whether in benediction or to request a cup of mead is unclear. He has an elaborate headdress and at his right hand is a jug and I think a drinking horn. There are some basketd on the floor.

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97 x 35mm (3.8 x 1.4 inches)

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1200 dots per inch



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