File:Bahrprobe (Hans Spiess).jpg

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Deutsch: Der Söldner Hans Spiess wird in Ettiswil durch eine Bahrprobe des Mordes „überführt“ (die Leiche seiner Frau beginnt bei Berührung zu bluten). Ausschnitt aus einer Buchmalerei in der Luzerner Chronik des Diebold Schilling
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image extraction process This file has been extracted from another file: Bahrprobe und Rädern (Hans Spiess).jpg
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Author Diebold Schilling der Jüngere


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