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Description Papst Johannes IV. (?), Seite aus: Thomas Murner: Marci Antonii Sabellici History von anbeschaffener Welt, Schlettstadt 1534/1535, Autograph Murners mit wohl eigenhändiger Illustration Badische Landesbibliothek, Cod. Karlsruhe 3117
Date 1534/1535
Source Kostbarkeiten aus alter und neuer Zeit, ISBN 3-88705-032-0
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