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English: Monk copyist in a scriptorium woodcut
Русский: Монах-переписчик в помещении для переписки рукописей (обычно в средневековых монастырях). Гравюра на дереве.
Source Mediaeval and Modern History by Philip Van Ness Myers, 1905
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