(View) "There stood a great Lyon of Marble, seeming almost decollated with a great gash; into which Wound they pour'd humane Blood warm, which was receiv'd into a Stone Trough set for that purpose underneath; then the Figure of a Man Carv'd in Alabaster, bowing forward, as if looking into the Trough upon the Blood."America: Being The Latest, And Most accurate Description Of The New World; Containing The Original of the Inhabitants, and the Remarkable Voyages thither. The Conquest of the Vast Empires of Mexico and Peru, And Other Large Provinces and Territories ... Collected from the most Authentick Authors, Augmented with later Observations, and Adorn'd with Maps and Sculptures, by John Ogilby, esq; His Majesty's Cosmographer, Geographick Printer, and Master of the Revels in the Kingdom of Ireland. London, Printed by the Author, and are to be had at his House in White Fryers, M.DC.LXXIView: A great Lyon of Marble ... the Figure of a Man Carv'd in Alabaster ... looking upon the Blood

Chicago citation style
Ogilby, John, 1600-1676, Montanus, Arnoldus, 1625?-1683, RR Donnelley. (View) "There stood a great Lyon of Marble, seeming almost decollated with a great gash; into which Wound they pour'd humane Blood warm, which was receiv'd into a Stone Trough set for that purpose underneath; then the Figure of a Man Carv'd in Alabaster, bowing forward, as if looking into the Trough upon the Blood.",America: Being The Latest, And Most accurate Description Of The New World; Containing The Original of the Inhabitants, and the Remarkable Voyages thither. The Conquest of the Vast Empires of Mexico and Peru, And Other Large Provinces and Territories ... Collected from the most Authentick Authors, Augmented with later Observations, and Adorn'd with Maps and Sculptures, by John Ogilby, esq; His Majesty's Cosmographer, Geographick Printer, and Master of the Revels in the Kingdom of Ireland. London, Printed by the Author, and are to be had at his House in White Fryers, M.DC.LXXI,View: A great Lyon of Marble ... the Figure of a Man Carv'd in Alabaster ... looking upon the Blood. 1671. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~292911~90064474. (Accessed December 18, 2018.)
APA citation style
Ogilby, John, 1600-1676, Montanus, Arnoldus, 1625?-1683, RR Donnelley, (1671) (View) "There stood a great Lyon of Marble, seeming almost decollated with a great gash; into which Wound they pour'd humane Blood warm, which was receiv'd into a Stone Trough set for that purpose underneath; then the Figure of a Man Carv'd in Alabaster, bowing forward, as if looking into the Trough upon the Blood.",America: Being The Latest, And Most accurate Description Of The New World; Containing The Original of the Inhabitants, and the Remarkable Voyages thither. The Conquest of the Vast Empires of Mexico and Peru, And Other Large Provinces and Territories ... Collected from the most Authentick Authors, Augmented with later Observations, and Adorn'd with Maps and Sculptures, by John Ogilby, esq; His Majesty's Cosmographer, Geographick Printer, and Master of the Revels in the Kingdom of Ireland. London, Printed by the Author, and are to be had at his House in White Fryers, M.DC.LXXI,View: A great Lyon of Marble ... the Figure of a Man Carv'd in Alabaster ... looking upon the Blood. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~292911~90064474
MLA citation style
Ogilby, John, 1600-1676, Montanus, Arnoldus, 1625?-1683, RR Donnelley. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~292911~90064474>.
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