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Illustrations of painted boards and murals from the Harps from the 5th Tomb of the Kings of the East

by (after) Jollois and Devilliers

Illustrations of painted boards and murals from the Harps from the 5th Tomb of the Kings of the East - (after) Jollois and Devilliers
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Illustrations of painted boards and murals from the Harps from the 5th Tomb of the Kings of the East - (after) Jollois and Devilliers

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English: "Illustrations of painted boards and murals from the Harps from the 5th Tomb of the Kings of the East" oil on Canvas.
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(after) Jollois and Devilliers

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