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- n. An altarpiece, especially one of multiple connected pictures
- n. Alternative form of ancon.
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Spot on And I thought D'ancona's article was on the money as always.
Alexandria demurely leaning upon her spiked wheel, at a provincial antiquary's in Romagna, not far from where the ancona had been impiously dismembered.
What is usually a frigid exercise, a mere ascertainment that the parts of a scattered ancona are at London, Berlin,
Over the high altar is a great ancona divided into many compartments: the Virgin with our Lord, S. Maria Maddalena, S. Niccolò,
Alessandro Rocchi is an Italian photographer based in Pesaro (on Adriatic sea) near rimini and ancona.
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