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Deutsch: Die Marienkrönung (auch Pala Oddi genannt).
English: The crowning of the Virgin (also known as the Oddi Altar-piece).
Español: La coronación de la Virgen (llamada Retablo Oddi).
Français : Le couronnement de la Vierge (aussi appelé le Retable Oddi).
Italiano: L'incoronazione della Vergine (detta Pala Oddi).
Date 1502-1504
Deutsch: Öltempera auf Holz, auf Leinwand übertragen.
English: Tempera grassa (egg-oil) on canvas.
Español: Óleo sobre lienzo.
Français : Tempera grassa (émulsion à l’œuf et à l’huile) sur bois transférée sur toile.
Italiano: Tempera grassa su tavola trasportata su tela.
Dimensions 272 × 165 cm (107.1 × 65 in)
Deutsch: Pinakothek, Saal VIII.
English: Pinacoteca, room VIII.
Español: Pinacoteca, sala VIII.
Français : Pinacothèque vaticane, salle VIII.
Italiano: Pinacoteca, sala VIII.
Deutsch: Vatikanstadt.
English: Vatican City.
Español: Ciudad del Vaticano.
Français : Vatican.
Italiano: Città del Vaticano.

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