ne Death grabs the peddler, who points towards the city that he intended to go to.
The other Death plays a marine trumpet. In spite of its name, a marine trumpet is a stringed instrument. A marine trumpet can be up to 2 meters long, and normally the musicians let the heavy end rest on the floor. Death holds it the other way, just like on Birckmann's picture of all men's bones.
Variations: Birckmann removes the peddler's long sword. So does Valvasor, Hollar and Deuchar.
Birckmann is the only one, who lets the dog walk with a raised tail.
Bewick replaces the small altar with a windmill;
Anderson imitates Bewick and changes the lion-dog into a dog of indefinable race.
Scharffenberg omits both the dog and one of the Deaths.