File:Autor nieznany, Św. Piotr i św. Jan Ewangelista. Malowidło ścienne.jpg

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anonymous: Apostle Saints Peter and John  wikidata:Q25415673 
Artist
Unknown
anonymous: Apostle Saints Peter and John
Title
English: Wall painting - Apostle Saints Peter and John
Polski: Malowidło ścienne - Św. Piotr i św. Jan Ewangelista
Object type wall painting
Depicted people Peter
Date 8th c. - first half of 10th c. CE
Medium tempera
medium QS:P186,Q175166
, tempera on plaster
Dimensions Height: 260 cm (102.3 ″); Width: 145 cm (57 ″)
dimensions QS:P2048,260U174728;P2049,145U174728
x 9
institution QS:P195,Q153306
Current location
KOLEKCJA SZTUKI NUBIJSKIEJ, ETIOPSKIEJ, KOPTYJSKIEJ
Accession number
234053
Place of discovery Faras, Sudan
Object history
References described at URL: http://cyfrowe.mnw.art.pl/dmuseion/docmetadata?id=9581
Source/Photographer Muzeum Cyfrowe MNW [1]

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