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The Babylonian Marriage Market, from the painting by en:Edwin Long, in the Royal Holloway College.


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2007-05-23 (original upload date)


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Long, Edwin
Date of birth/death 1829-07-12 1891-05-15
Location of birth/death
Deutsch: Bath
Deutsch: London-Hampstead
Work location
Deutsch: London

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  • 2007-05-23 19:25 Briangotts 615×400×8 (74444 bytes) ''The Babylonian Marriage Market'', from the painting by [[Edwin Long]], in the Royal Holloway College.

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