|Kieser, 1617||Andrea Andreani|
Engraving by or after Giovanni Fortuna (1535-1611). The skeletal arms at the top holding a stone was copied from The Escutcheon of Death by Holbein. Further down are the three fates, and below them "the Wheel of Death".
Death is sitting in the middle of the wheel holding a slip, which should have had the letters "MUS" because all eight sentences on the wheel end with "mus". The image can be downloaded in very high resolution from The Wellcome Collection: An architectural monument teaching mortality. There's a larger version here: Fortuna.