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    Pest látképe

    Steel engraving depicting the panorama of Pest view from Buda. Coats of arms of Pest and Hungary above the panorama and the crown. From the beginning of the 19th century.

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    Honorificentia populi nostri

    Copperplate engraving from the parable book "Pancarpium Marianum" from 1607, published under the title "Paradisus Sponsi et Sponsae" by Jan David. The illustrations were engraved by Theodor Galle. The publication contains a hundred engravings. The first fifty depict the moments of the Passion of Christ, the second fifty depict scenes from the life of the Virgin Mary. The summary of the parable can be found under the picture in three languages: in Latin, Dutch and French.

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    Szűz Mária mint makula nélkül való tükör

    Copperplate engraving from the parable book "Pancarpium Marianum" from 1607, published under the title "Paradisus Sponsi et Sponsae" by Jan David. The illustrations were engraved by Theodor Galle. The publication contains a hundred engravings. The first fifty depict the moments of the Passion of Christ, the second fifty depict scenes from the life of the Virgin Mary. The summary of the parable can be found under the picture in three languages: in Latin, Dutch and French.

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    Krisztus kigúnyolása

    Copperplate engraving from the parable book "Messis Myrrhae et Aromatum" from 1607, published under the title "Paradisus Sponsi et Sponsae" by Jan David. The illustrations were engraved by Theodor Galle. The publication contains a hundred engravings. The first fifty depict the moments of the Passion of Christ, the second fifty depict scenes from the life of the Virgin Mary. The summary of the parable can be found under the picture in three languages: in Latin, Dutch and French.

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    A kísértés és az üdvösség kertje

    Copperplate engraving, illustration of Jan David's "Paradisus sponsi et sponsae", published in 1607. The illustrations of chapters were engraved by Theodor Galle. The publication contains a hundred engravings. The first fifty depict the moments of the Passion of Christ, the second fifty depict scenes from the life of the Virgin Mary. The summary of the parable can be found under the picture in three languages: in Latin, Dutch and French.

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    Jelenetek Sámuel első könyvéből

    Copperplate engraving depicting Biblical scenes from the book "History of the Old and the New Testament" published by Jacques Lindenberg in Amsterdam. The illustrations were made by Dutch painter and engraver Romeyn de Hooghe. There are five scenes from the first book of Samuel. There are also explanations under the picture in French.

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    Versailles-i kastély és park perspektivikus látképe madártávlatból

    Coloured copperplate engraving showing the Castle and Garden of Versailles at the end of the 17th century. The perspective view offers a view optic from a bird's eye. The engraving is the 71st page of a publication from the 17th century.

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    Jelenetek A királyok első könyvéből

    Copperplate engraving depicting Biblical scenes from the book "History of the Old and the New Testament" published by Jacques Lindenberg in Amsterdam. The illustrations were made by Dutch painter and engraver Romeyn de Hooghe. There are five scenes from the first book of Kings. There are also explanations under the picture in French.

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    Jelenetek Józsué könyvéből

    Copperplate engraving depicting Biblical scenes from the book "History of the Old and the New Testament" published by Jacques Lindenberg in Amsterdam. The illustrations were made by Dutch painter and engraver Romeyn de Hooghe. There are five scenes from the book of Joshua. There are also explanations under the picture in French.

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    Jelenetek Józsué könyvéből

    Copperplate engraving depicting Biblical scenes from the book "History of the Old and the New Testament" published by Jacques Lindenberg in Amsterdam. The illustrations were made by Dutch painter and engraver Romeyn de Hooghe. There are five scenes from the book of Joshua. There are also explanations under the picture in French.

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