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A German settlement is destroyed (end of LXXI); the fleeing Germans are pursued (LXXII); Women (not depicted by Guerra) and animals are taken away (LXXIII)

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Værkdatering: 1544 - 1618 Datering følger kunstnerens leveår, da værket er udateret
Title: A German settlement is destroyed (end of LXXI); the fleeing Germans are pursued (LXXII); Women (not depicted by Guerra) and animals are taken away (LXXIII)
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