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  • Sources have relations to more than one historical phenomenon of development. A painting tells us something about the subject of the painting, but also about the time in which it was made, about the painter, the place where the painter lived, the buyer of the painting and even the museum which currently exhibits the painting. By clicking on one of the sources below, you will find connections to all the material within the Historiana data base that is related to the source. By exploring these relations you will be able to fully contextualize these sources.

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