File:Quiricus and Juliet (c.1680, Yaroslavl museum).jpg

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English: Saint Quiricus and Saint Juliet. Russian icon.
Русский: Мчч. Кирик и Улита. Ярославль. Гурий Никитин. 80-е годы XVII века. Дерево, левкас, темпера. Размер - 107 х 90 см. Из церкви Илии Пророка в Ярославле. ЯМЗ, инв. ЯМЗ-41518/ик-397.
Date circa 1680
date QS:P,+1680-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Source http://www.obraz.org/index.php?menu=iconography&base=19&struct=90&icon_id=1381
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