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English: Title: Scriptorium Monk at Work.
A monk copies a text from a large book on his writing table.
Deutsch: Titel: SCRIPTORIUM MONK AT WORK (From Lacroix). [Skriptorium, Mönch bei der Arbeit]
Ein Mönch kopiert einen Text aus einem großen Buch auf seinem Schreibtisch.
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Source Original: Blades, William: Pentateuch of Printing with a Chapter on Judges (1891)
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