Stories from the Legend of St Benedict 1387
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The History of Pope Alexander III 1105-81- Construction of the Town of Alessandria, 1407 - Luca Spinello Aretino
The History of Pope Alexander III 1105-81- The Entrance of the Pope and Emperor Frederick Barbarossa c.1123-90 into Rome, 1407 - Luca Spinello Aretino
The History of Pope Alexander III 1105-81- The Entrance of the Pope and Emperor Frederick Barbarossa c.1123-90 into Rome, 1407 2 - Luca Spinello Aretino
The History of Pope Alexander III 1105-81- The Venetian Fleet Victorious over that of Emperor Frederick Barbarossa c.1123-90 1407 - Luca Spinello Aretino
The Saint Frees a Monk Possessed, detail from the Life of Saint Benedict c.480-c.550, in the Sacristy, 1387 - Luca Spinello Aretino
The Saint Prophesizes to Totila King of the Goths, detail from the Life of Saint Benedict c.480-c550, in the Sacristy, 1387 - Luca Spinello Aretino
The Man of Sorrow with the Virgin and St Catherine 2 - Master of Saint Veronica
Saint Sebastian tended by Saint Irene - (after) Luigi Amidani
The Nativity - Florentine School
Saint Dorothea - Jacopo Cestaro
Pentecost - Flandes Juan de
The martyrdom of Saint Catherine - (after) Hans I Rottenhammer
St Andrew - Lippo D`Andrea
The Holy Family with Saint John the Baptist in a Landscape - (after) Balthasar Beschey
Then came Jesus and stood in their midst - William Hatherell
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