Category:Nicholas of Verdun

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Nicholas of Verdun 
French artist, goldsmith and enamelist (1130-1210)
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Скульптурные фигуры Николая Верденского и архиепископа Райнальда фон Дасселя, установленные на втором этаже Кёльнской ратуши, в числе знаменитых жителей Кёльна (VIII—XVII века)
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Name in native languageNicolas de Verdun
Date of birthc. 1130 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
Verdun
Date of deathc. 1205
Tournai
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Nicholas of Verdun (1130 – 1205) was an artisan from Lorraine. He created shrines, figurines, and candlesticks decorated with precious stones.

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