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English: Saint Peter as Pope—here shown with the pallium and the en:Keys to Heaven
Magyar: Szent Péter, portréfestménye a szentről, mint pápáról – a festményen pápai köntösben a mennyország kulcsaival látható.
Français : Saint Pierre. Elle représente le saint en tant que Pape - vu ici avec le pallium et les clés du Paradis.
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* 12:01, 14 May 2005 [[:en:User:Wlkernan|Wlkernan]] 368×480 (32,909 bytes) (Painting of Saint Peter by Peter Paul Rubens depicting the saint as Pope--here shown with the pallium and the Keys to Heaven.)
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