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The Church Militant and Triumphant, in the Spanish Chapel, detail of Rhetoric, Cicero, Grammar and Aelius Donatus

by Bonaiuto (Andrea da Firenze) Andrea di

The Church Militant and Triumphant, in the Spanish Chapel, detail of Rhetoric, Cicero, Grammar and Aelius Donatus - Bonaiuto (Andrea da Firenze) Andrea di
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The Church Militant and Triumphant, in the Spanish Chapel, detail of Rhetoric, Cicero, Grammar and Aelius Donatus - Bonaiuto (Andrea da Firenze) Andrea di

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English: "The Church Militant and Triumphant, in the Spanish Chapel, detail of Rhetoric, Cicero, Grammar and Aelius Donatus" oil on Canvas.
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