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Description July/Leo, Book of Hours, Bodleian Lib. MS Auct. D.inf.2.11., fol 6r (Book of Hours produced in Normandy in the mid 15th century, probably for export to England, with work by an artist known as the Master of Sir John Fastolf) see
Date ca. 1450 (correct date)
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Author Fastolf Master
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