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A contemporary engraving of the Gunpowder Plotters, detail. For full engraving see National Portrait Gallery

English: A contemporary engraving of the conspirators. The Dutch artist probably never actually saw or met any of the conspirators, but it has become a popular representation nonetheless
Deutsch: Ein zeitgenössischer Kupferstich der Beteiligten des sogenannten Gunpowder Plot (der Pulververschwörung) von Crispijn van de Passe dem Älteren. Obschon der niederländische Künstler die an der Verschwörung Beteiligten wahrscheinlich weder jemals gesehen oder getroffen haben mag, ist dieses Bild zu einer populären Abbildung Guy Fawkes und seiner Mitverschwörer geworden.
Español: Un bosquejo contemporáneo de los conspiradores
Français : Gravure du XVIIe siècle : les artisans de la Conspiration des poudres
日本語: 右から2人目がロバート・ケイツビー、同じく3人目がガイ・フォークス
Português: Uma representação contemporânea dos conspiradores.
Source 's file, From English Wikipedia.
Author Crispijn van de Passe the Elder
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