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This Triumph, was drawne by sixe lasciuious Centaures, which came of the fallen seede of the sausy and presumpteous _Ixion_: with a furniture of gold vpon them, and a long their strong sides, like horses, excellently framed and illaqueated in manner of a flagon chayne, whereby they drewe the Tryumph; such as _Ericthonius_ neuer inuented, for swiftnesse.
The black stone of the walles was ingrauen with a leafe worke, as if it had beene an illaqueated composition of leaues and flowers, and the little shelles of cytheriaces, so beautifull to the eye, as was possible to be deuised.
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