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Français : Guillaume Dufay et Gilles Binchois (à droite). Enluminure extraite de Martin Le Franc, « Champion des dames » (Arras 1451), fonds BnF, ms. fr 12476, folio 98.
English: Ms Fr 12476 fol.98 Guillaume Dufay (d.1474) and Gilles Binchois (d.1460)
Dato ca. 1440
date QS:P,+1440-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
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Kjelde 'Le Champion des Dames' by Martin le Franc (1410-61) 1440 (vellum)
Opphavsperson Martin le Franc, "Champion des Dames"
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gjeldande29. mai 2005 kl. 16:47Miniatyrbilete av versjonen frå 29. mai 2005 kl. 16:47418 × 373 (82 KB)Phrood~commonswikiGuillaume Dufay (left) and Gilles Binchois (right), Martin le Franc, "Champion des Dames", Arras 1451 Source: - {{PD-old}} Category:15th century artists\

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