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Description One page of en:Freising manuscripts
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The image is taken from the Slovenian Government Public Relations and Media Office's site. Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is (was) here

* 05:08, 31 August 2004 Fpga 635×800 (113,681 bytes)
(800x635 version)
* 08:49, 27 August 2004 Fpga 397×500 (295,346 bytes)
(low resolution version as the high resoluton is too large. Will add 800x* ASAP)
* 08:18, 27 August 2004 Fpga 2249×2835 (3,284,884 bytes)(Freisng manuscript)
Author The photographer is Marjan Smerke, uploaded by User Fpga on en.wikipedia
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current09:10, 2 September 2006Thumbnail for version as of 09:10, 2 September 20062,249 × 2,835 (2.6 MB)Conscioushigh-res version from en:, optimized with jpegtran
18:33, 1 September 2006Thumbnail for version as of 18:33, 1 September 2006635 × 800 (111 KB)Gugganij{{Information| |Description=One page of en:Freising manuscripts |Source=The image is taken from the Slovenian [http://www.uvi.si/eng/slovenia/photos/history/094/index.html Government Public Relations and Media Office]'s site. Originally from [http://
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