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Svenska: Sammankomst av doktorer vid universitetet i Paris. Miniatyr ur en medeltida handskrift av "Chants royaux". Från Bibliothèque National, Paris.
English: A meeting of doctors at the university of Paris. From a medieval manuscript of "Chants royaux". Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris.
Date Medieval [unlikely, as the woodwork is decorated in a Renaissance style. 1540s?]
Source "Svenska folket genom tiderna. Vårt lands kulturhistoria i skildringar och bilder. Andra bandet. Den medeltida kulturen". Edited by professor Ewert Wrangel. Published by Tidskriftsförlaget Allhem, Malmö, 1938
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