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File:Heracles, Agamemnon, Hector Menelaus, Helen and Paris Turcus, son of Troilus and mythical ancestor of the Turks and his - Schedell Hartmann - 1494.jpg

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English: Hartmann Schedell. Liber Cronicarum, Nürnberg, Anton Koberg/Schreyer & Sebastian Kammermeister, 1493.
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Source http://eng.travelogues.gr/collection.php?view=172
Author Hartmann Schedel

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