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St. Dominic de Guzman and the Albigensians. Panel by Berruguete, 15th century.

English: This portrays the story of a disputation between St. Dominic and the Albigensians ( Cathars), in which the books of both were thrown on a fire and St. Dominic's books were miraculously preserved from the flames. In spite of the title, it does not represent the Talmud.
Español: La pintura describe la historia de una disputa entre Santo Domingo y los albigenses (cátaros), en los que los libros de ambos fueron sometidos a una prueba de fuego, y los de Santo Domingo fueron milagrosamente preservados de las llamas (milagro de Fanjeaux).
Македонски: Оваа слика ја прикажува приказната за расправата помеѓу Св. Доминик и Албигојците ( Катарите) каде книгите на обете страни биле фрлени во оган и книгите на светецот останале чудесно недопрени од огнот. И покрај насловот на оваа датотека, тука воопшто не се работи за Талмудот.

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