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Description Suleiman marble bas-relief, one of 23 reliefs of great historical lawgivers in the chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives in the United States Capitol. Sculpted byJoseph Kiselewski in 1950. Diameter 28 inches.
Author Sculpture by Joseph Kiselewski; photo by the Architect of the Capitol
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