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Vercingetorix Threw his Arms at the Feet of his Conquerors, plate from The Story of France by Mary MacGregor, 1920

by (after) Rainey, William

Vercingetorix Threw his Arms at the Feet of his Conquerors, plate from The Story of France by Mary MacGregor, 1920 - (after) Rainey, William
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Vercingetorix Threw his Arms at the Feet of his Conquerors, plate from The Story of France by Mary MacGregor, 1920 - (after) Rainey, William

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English: "Vercingetorix Threw his Arms at the Feet of his Conquerors, plate from The Story of France by Mary MacGregor, 1920" oil on Canvas.
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(after) Rainey, William

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