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17th Century Cartoon of Seafood Chef on Horse - Stock Image

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Enjoy seafood? So did the Puritans of the 17th century. This cartoon from 1660 portrays a man on a horse to represent Lent. He rides to "battle" against the gluttony of the year before. An accompanying verse describes the flag as a fishing net and his weapon is a fishing rod. Lobster and fish are tied to his waist, representing food permissible to eat during Lent. Published in an 1878 history of comic art, it is now in the public domain. Digital restoration by Steven Wynn Photography.
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