A devil acting like a beggar is crouching on a papal bull with his left foot in a basin of holy water. In his wide-open jaws, monks and nuns are feasting at a table. Demons are leading in the pope as well as another cleric. A tree is growing out of the nape of the devil's neck, and under its crooked trunk other demons have lit a fire and are preparing a meal for the company at table.
David de Negker (ca. 1525–1587), Satire against the Catholic Clergy, woodcut, 31.6x24.2 cm, undated [before 1536], Geisberg/Strauss No. 259; source: © Bildagentur für Kunst, Kultur und Geschichte (bpk)/Kupferstichkabinett, SMB/Volker-H. Schneider; image number: 00090810, location of original: Berlin (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz).