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An egg dance is a traditional Easter game in which eggs are laid on the ground or floor and the goal is to dance among them damaging as few as possible.
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Pieter Aertsen, The Egg Dance, 1557, oil on panel, 84 cm (33.1 in) x 172 cm (67.7 in). Collection: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
Pieter Bruegel the Younger, The Egg Dance, circa 1960, oil on panel, Private Collection.
Jan Steen, Egg Dance, 1674, Private Collection.
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