Mosaics and Stained-Glass

Stained Glass Panel: the King Meeting the Pope

Stained Glass Panel: the King Meeting the Pope
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Mosaics and Stained-Glass, Painted coloured glass, lead, C. 84 x c. 48 cm
Origin: Germany, Late 14th century
Album: Window S II "The Legend of Antichrist"
Style: Gothic
Source of entry: Marienkirche, Frankfurt an der Oder, 1946
Theme: The Bible and Christianity
Transferred from Germany after World War II

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