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Description

Mosaic of Justinian I, obtained from the Macedonia FAQ website, http://faq.Macedonia.org/

The mosiac itself is in the San Vitale church in en:Ravenna, Italy.

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  • 2003-08-21 19:33 Adam Bishop 267×340×8 (99004 bytes) Mosaic of Justinian I, obtained from the Macedonia FAQ website, http://faq.Macedonia.org/

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current05:21, 7 May 2007Thumbnail for version as of 05:21, 7 May 2007267 × 340 (97 KB)Strangerer~commonswiki{{Information |Description=Mosaic of Justinian I, obtained from the Macedonia FAQ website, http://faq.Macedonia.org/ The mosiac itself is in the San Vitale church in en:Ravenna, Italy. |Source=Originally from [http://en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia];

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