"City of God" by Raoul de Praelles

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Creators: Orosius Master and Workshop (active Paris 1400-1418)

Date: 1408-1410
Museum: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Description: folio 1 recto: Raoul de Praelles presenting his book to King Charles V, large illuminated initial
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Description: folio 42 recto: The Temple of Mars
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Description: folio 5 recto: A Visual Embodiment of the Text (City of God above, City of Pagans below)
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Description: folio 143 verso: On the Similarities and Dissimilarities of Twins
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Description: folio 38 verso: The Greek and Roman Dispute Concerning the Theater
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Description: folio 26 recto: The Roman Theater
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Description: folio 33 recto: Jupiter and Ganymede
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