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Artist Luis Montero (1828-1869)
Česky: Pohřeb Atahualpy
English: Funeral of Atahualpa
Esperanto: "Enterigiro de Atahualpo]]
Español: Los funerales de Atahualpa
Latina: Funus Atahvalpae
Date 1868
Medium oil on canvas

Museo de Arte de Lima



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