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"The Venerable Bede Translates John" by James Doyle Penrose (1862-1932)
Inset from "The last chapter (Bede)", exhibited at the Royal Academy (1902)


Date 2005-03-06 (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader was Timsj at en.wikipedia
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