File:De Speculo Caritatis.jpeg

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Description Fragmento del manuscrito medieval «De Speculo Caritatis», en el que aparece un retrato de Elredo de Rieval
Français : Enluminure médiévale, extraite du «De Speculo Caritatis» (le miroir de la charité) d'Ælred de Rievaulx
Date circa 1140
date QS:P,+1140-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Source Croped from
Author Elredo de Rieval, posiblemente
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