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  • Prof.dr. Eddy Van Cauwenberghe

    Psautier de la reine Marie, ca. 1310 Vendanges à la main Grandes heures de Rohan, Anjou, vers 1430 Harvesting grapes & treading grapes for wine.

  • Jeffrey Edel

    (Under Scorpio) November 7 is my birthday... Vendanges à la main Grandes heures de Rohan, Anjou,

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