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{{Creator:Giotto Di Bondone|formerly attributed to}} 
{{Unknown}}

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Artwork-Flügel

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xxx

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Kunst/GLAM

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<td valign="top">[[:File:After Frans Hals 001.jpg]]<br />Version at the Frans Hals Museum</td>
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<td valign="top">[[:File:After Frans Hals - Portrait of Frans Hals - Indianapolis.jpg]]<br />Version at the Indianapolis Museum</td>
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| Illustrator  = {{creator:Matthäus Merian}}
| Title        = Topographia und Eigentliche Beschreibung Der Vornembsten Stäte, Schlösser auch anderer Plätze und Örter in denen Hertzogthümer[n] Braunschweig und Lüneburg, und denen dazu gehörende[n] Grafschafften Herrschafften und Landen
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| City         = Franckfurt am Main
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