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English: Mark of Ephesus (fresco, end of XIX c.)
Русский: Марк Эфесский (фреска к. 19 века)
Date end of XIX c.
Source http://img35.imageshack.us/img35/5773/ephse5cs.jpg
Author anonimus

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