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A lame man being doused in water from a holy spring to procure a miraculous cure, in Sarepta (?), Russia. Pen and ink drawing, 1903.


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Possibly a scene in Sarepta, which is apparently the name of the German colony at Krasnoarmeisk (Krasnoarmeysk) on the west bank of the Volga near Volgograd (Tsaritsyn, Stalingrad), which has natural mineral waters

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1 drawing : pen and ink

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A "miraculous" healing in the Saint Source in Sarapa.

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Wellcome Library no. 22761i

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