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English: Plaque with the Christ receiving the Magdeburg cathedral from Emperor Otto I.
Français : Plaque représentant le Christ recevant la cathédrale de Magdebourg des mains de l'empereur Othon Ier.
Date from 962 until 968
Medium ivory
Department of Medieval Art, gallery 304
Accession number 41.100.157
Credit line gift of George Blumenthal, 1941
References Metropolitan Museum of Art, online database: entry 170007657
Source/Photographer Marie-Lan Nguyen (2011)
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