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  • Ambrogio Lorenzetti (1338 – 1339), Allegory of the Good Government, Siena, Museo civico- Palazzo pubblico, © Fondazione Musei Senesi; source: Wikimedia Commons
  • Raffaello Sanzio, The crowning of Charlemagne, Roma, © Musei Vaticani; source: Wikimedia Commons
  • Abraham Bosse (1651), engraving of the frontispiece of the book Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes; source: Wikimedia Commons
  • Unknown, Official Manners of the Hebrews. Naaman before the Prophet, illustration from With the World’s People by John Clark Ridpath (Clark E Ridpath, 1912), © Look and Learn, for educational use
  • Salvator Rosa (1630-1673), Diogenes and Alexander, London, British Museum, © Trustees of the British Museum; source: British Museum website,  in compliance with its Standard Terms of Use
  • L. C. Castelnuovo, A. Dalco (1841-1846), Madonna of the Magnificat, print after the painting by Sandro Botticelli, London, British Museum, © Trustees of the British Museum; source: British Museum website,  in compliance with its Standard Terms of Use
  • Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1566), The Census at Bethlehem, Brussels, © Musées Royaux des Beaux Arts de Belgique; source: Wikimedia Commons
  • Marc Chagall (1955), La Traversée de la mer Rouge, Nice, Musée national d’art moderne-Centre Georges Pompidou, dépôt au musée national Marc Chagall; source: G. Arpino, R. Negri (eds.), Chagall, Fabbri ed., Milano 1978

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