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The Birth of Christ
Master Francke c. 1380 – after 1430.
“The Birth of Christ”, c. 1424.
On wood, 99 × 89cm.
From the Thomas Altar-piece (Englandtraveller Altar-piece).
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Adoration of the Child
In fact, the birth of Jesus of Nazareth is unknown. And the circumstances of his birth and chronological sequences that are described in the New Testament are not backed up. But Christmas is celebrated as a feast of the birth of Jesus Christ and as a celebration of love for centuries.