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English: St. Blaise confronting the Roman governor: Scene from the life of St. Blaise, bishop of Sebaste (Armenia), martyr under the Roman emperor Licinius (4th century). Stained glass window from the area of Soissons (Picardy, France), early 13th century.
Français : Saint Blaise devant le governor romain : scène de la vie de saint Blaise, évêque de Sébaste en Arménie, martyr sous le règne de l'empereur Licinius (IVe siècle). Vitrail de la région de Soissons (Picardie, France), début du XIVe siècle. Versement de l'Office des biens privés, 1951.
Department of Decorative Arts, Richelieu, first floor, room 2
Accession number OAR 504
Credit line Assigned by the Office of private goods and interests, 1951
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2005)


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