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Deutsch: Die Taufe des Merowingerkönigs Chlodwig (497)
English: The baptism of Clovis
Français : Le baptême de Clovis, scène dans la Sainte Chapelle de Paris (bien que l'évènement eut lieu dans la Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims)
Source National Gallery of Art, Washington
Deutsch: Maler: Der Meister von Saint-Gilles (um 1500)
English: Anonymous, referred to as The Master of Saint Giles
Français : Anonyme, connu comme Le Maître de Saint Gilles


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