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Giovanni Boccaccio & Florentines Who Have Fled from the Plague

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Ibolya Horvath
by Koninklijke Bibliotheek
published on 01 April 2020
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Illustration from a medieval manuscript
Giovanni Boccaccio, Le Decameron. Translated from the Italian by Laurent de Premierfait
Bruges, Master of 1482 and follower (illuminators); c. 1485 CE
Manuscript reference: The Hague, KB, 133 A 5, fol. 3v
Museum Meermanno-Westreenianum & Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Den Haag.

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