Moses is retrieved from the Nile by Egyptian women

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Moses is retrieved from the Nile by Egyptian women. Engraving by S Smith, 1786, after G Robertson after F Zuccarelli. In the distance, to the right of the women, three young women play in a glade. Created 2 January 1786. Infants – Care. Adoption. Abandoned children. Sphinxes (Mythology). Foundlings. Egypt – In the Bible. Nile River. Moses (Biblical leader) Childhood and youth. Contributors: Francesco Zuccarelli (1702–1788); George Robertson (1742–1788); Samuel Smith (1745–1799). Work ID: j5ahp87v.

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