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wind. The winds are often shown personified, e.g. Tower of the Winds (Horologium of Andronicus of Cyrrhus), Athens (c.50 BC), published by Stuart and Revett and copied widely in C18.

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Andronicus

Andronicus, in the New Testament, apostle at Rome.

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