File:B Facundus 43v.jpg

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Français : Facundus, pour Ferdinand Ier de Castille et Leon et la reine Sancha
"fr:"Vision préliminaire. Le Christ porteur du Livre de Vie. Apoc. I
Date 1047
date QS:P571,+1047-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium "fr:"Enluminure sur parchemin
Dimensions 285 x 200 mm
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Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional, Ms Vit.14.2, f°43v
Source/Photographer Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional
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