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After healing a lame man, the apostles Paul and Barnabas are mistaken for gods at Lystra; the priest brings them a sacrifice of oxen. Etching by B. Lépicié, 1721, after Raphael.

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1721
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2200355i
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1721

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1 print : etching ; platemark 35.8 x 52 cm

Lettering

Paulus et Barnabas Lystrae. Act. cap: XIV. Paul and Barnabas at Lystra. Acts Chap: XIV. Raphael Urbin pinx. B. L'épicié sculp. 1721

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Wellcome Library no. 2200355i

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  • Latin
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