Dance of Death

Dance of Death, an allegorical representation in a dramatic or pictorial form of Death, figuring, originally as a skeleton, and performing his part as a chief actor all through the drama of life, and often amid the gayest scenes of it; a succession of woodcuts by Holbein in representation of this dance is well known.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Dance, George * Dancing Mania
Dampier, William
Dana, Charles Anderson
Dana, James Dwight
Dana, Richard Henry
Dana, Richard Henry
Danaë
Dana`ides
Danaüs
Danby, Francis
Dance, George
Dance of Death
Dancing Mania
Dancourt, Florent Carton
Dandie Dinmont
Dandin, George
Dandin, Perrin
Dan`dolo
Danegelt
Danelagh
Dangeau, Marquis
D'Angoulême, Duchesse