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Deutsch: Abbildung aus der Schedelschen Weltchronik (lateinische Ausgabe in Sao Paulo)
English: Illustration from the Nuremberg Chronicle (Latin copy in Sao Paulo)
|Author||Michel Wolgemut, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff (Hartmann Schedel, editor)|
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