Holbein's Celebrated Picture, Now Called "The Ambassadors"

Holbein's Celebrated Picture, Now Called "The Ambassadors"

Shown to Be A Memorial of the Treaty of Nuremberg, 1532, and to Portray Those Princely Brothers, Counts Palatine of the Rhine, Otto Henry (the Magnanimous) and Philipp (defender of Vienna), Who Shared the Government of the Duchy of Neuberg, and Dying, Closed the "elder Churfurst Line" : A Contribution to History

Book - 1903
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Publisher: London ; New York : Cassell, 1903
Branch Call Number: ND588.H7 D5x
Characteristics: 104 p. : ill. ; 29 cm

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