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Photograph of medieval canvas "Abraham and Melchisedek"

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Photograph of medieval canvas "Abraham and Melchisedek"

Date between 1464 and 1467
Author Dieric Bouts,the older. At The Church of Saint Peter, Leuven, Belgium
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  • 15:53, June 3, 2004 . . Matt Crypto . . 766×976 (183,710 bytes) ( "The Meeting of Abraham and Melchizedek," an oil by Peter Paul Rubens; PD)

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