File:Pied piper.jpg

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English: The oldest picture of the Pied Piper copied from the glass window of the Market Church in Hameln/Hamelin Germany (c.1300-1633).
Русский: Витраж XIII века на гамельнской Marktkirche с изображением Крысолова. Рисунок барона Августина фон Мёрсперга (1595). Описание утраченного самое позднее к концу XV века витража дано в книге гамельнского учителя латыни Самуэля Эриха "Exodus Hamelensis" (1654).
Date 1592
Medium painting
Source/Photographer This image scanned from 『ハーメルンの笛吹き男』 ISBN 4-480-02272-4, that was published by Abe Kinya in 1988.
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current17:10, 2 March 2005Thumbnail for version as of 17:10, 2 March 2005620 × 490 (617 KB)Kasuga~commonswiki (talk | contribs)The oldest picture of Pied Piper copied from the glass window of Marktkirche in Goslar (1592). {{PD}}
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