found in manuscripts of the Vox Clamantis. The Latin verses
above the image read: "I throw my darts and shoot my arrows
at the world. But where there is a righteous man, no arrow strikes.
But I wound those who live wickedly. Therefore let him who recognizes
himself there look to himself." This is the traditional claim
of satirists. It has been suggested that the divisions of the globe
symbolize the three estates. From MLS Cotton Tiberius A.IV, F.9, Complete
Works of John Gower.