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Deutsch: Ein Wandbild von einer Kirche in Nubien in einer Ausstellung im Khartum-Museum. Es zeigt die Geschichte von Daniel 3 (?) von den drei Jugendlichen, die sich der Feuerprobe stellen müßen.
English: A wall painting from a Nubian church on display at the Khartoum Museum. It depicts the story from Daniel 3 of the three youths thrown into the furnace.
Date 8 August 2006
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