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File:Plague victims blessed by priest.jpg


(Detail) Historiated initial 'C' containing a scene showing monks, disfigured by the plague, being blessed by a priest.

  • Title of Work: Omne Bonum
  • Author: Palmer, James le
  • Production: England (London); 1360-1375
  • Language: Latin

From The British Library; Record Number: c6541-07; Shelfmark: Royal 6 E. VI; Page Folio Number: f.301.

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