olbein lets his dance start with Creation, Temptation and Fall and The Expulsion from Paradise — just as he ends it with The Last Judgment.
The scenes from The Old Testament are not included in the Holbein's dance of death alphabet, but back in 1524 Holbein had designed an alphabet with themes from the book of Genesis cut in metal (picture to the right).
The picture to the left is from a Bible published by the Trechsel brothers in 1538 — i.e. same publisher and same year as the first publication of Holbein's dance of death. The picture to the right is from a picture book from 1547 with Holbein's illustrations from The Old Testament — spiffed up with sundry Bible quotes and didactic poems.
Variations: Aldegrever makes a free interpretation as usual.
On the other hand, he's got a picture in his mini-series about Adam and Eva, that looks much like Holbein's.
Eberhard Kieser copies Aldegrever.
Birckmann makes a free interpretation, and Valvasor copies Birckmann.
Deuchar and Bewick from Protestant Britain didn't like the picture of God as a bishop and have their own versions without God.
Anderson's publisher in U.S.A. deliberately skipped this picture.