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"Trachtenbuch" des Christoph Weiditz, Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg, Hs. 22474. Bl. 131-132 Tracht der baskischen Jungfrauen / Tracht der baskischen jungen Gesellen

Date 1530s
date QS:P,+1530-00-00T00:00:00Z/8
Source (manipuliert, um das Buch in Doppelseiten anzuzeigen)
creator QS:P170,Q828775


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