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Deutsch: Armbrustschütze, der seine Waffe mit einer mechanischen Vorrichtung spannt. Ausschnitt aus einem Sebastiansaltar, entstanden um 1493-1494 in Köln (Deutschland). Ausstellungsort: Wallraf-Richartz-Museum in Köln
English: Crossbowman cocking his weapon by means of a mechanical device. Detail of an altarpiece of St Sebastian. Painted in Cologne, Germany, around 1493-1494. Current location: Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne
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