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This is a new account but I'm not new to Wikipedia. I originally started editing years ago under the username, NwJerseyLiz (contributions here, edit breakdown here) which I maintain as an alternate account. Until I established this account, I also edited as an IP over the years to make mostly minor copy edits. I have created this username account (contributions here) so I can do a variety of activities that unregistered accounts can not do. Here's my breakdown of edit history with this account. Newjerseyliz (talk) 00:14, 27 July 2013 (UTC)
Due to another username change, I'm now Liz Let's Talk ! 16:29, 19 August 2013 (UTC)
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St. John the Baptist is an oil painting on walnut wood by Leonardo da Vinci. It depicts the Biblical John the Baptist in isolation, using chiaroscuro so the figure appears to emerge from the shadowy background. Probably completed from 1513 to 1516, this High Renaissance work is believed to be the artist's final painting. It is now exhibited at the Louvre in Paris, France.
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Est omnino difficile iudicare inclusionis meritum cuiusdam rei in encyclopædia cum ratio sciendi quid populi referat incerta sit, sed nihilominus aliquid encyclopædiam dedecet
It is generally difficult to judge the worthiness of a particular topic for inclusion in an encyclopedia considering that there is no certain way to know what interests people, but some topics nevertheless are not fit for an encyclopedia.