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Flammans of St. Martin.

Martin I., papa

Martin I., papa

Martin I., papa

Martin I., papa

Martin I., papa

Martin I., papa

Reproduction of the Seal of St. Martin (capital of Mainz), L. 12th–14th century

Explicit with initial and another note from St. Martin's.

Text with note of ownership and warning by monastery of St. Martin of Tournai -- "Liber sancti martini tornacii servantii benedictio auferenti maledictio amen." Prickings clearly visible.

Seal Matrix with Abbot William of Gross St. Martin and Saint Martin

St. Martin, Bishop of Tours, gives part of his cloak to a beggar

The Virgin from a Pentecost Scene and the Figure of Saint Martin

Martin from BL Royal 20 D VI, f. 99

Martin from BL Royal 20 D VI, f. 111

Church of St Martin from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 18

Church of St Martin from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 18

Saint Martin

Saint Martin of Tours

St. Martin

St. Martin

Matelin and Martin from BL Eg 1070, f. 107

Saint Martin Dividing His Cloak

Saint Martin on Horseback Dividing His Cloak

Saint Martin and Saint Hilary

Saint Martin Offering the Wine Cup to the Priest

Saint Martin Announcing to His Parents That He Will Become a Christian

Saint Martin Brings a Dead Man to Life

Saint Martin and the Brigands

The Empress Kneels Before Saint Martin

St. Martin and St. Nicholas

St. Martin, Bishop of Tours, gives part of his cloak to a beggar

St. Martin, Bishop of Tours, gives part of his cloak to a beggar

Vision of St. Martin, Bishop of Tours

St. Martin, Bishop of Tours, attacked by robbers

The mass of St. Martin, Bishop of Tours

St. Martin, Bishop of Tours, gives part of his cloak to a beggar

St. Martin, Bishop of Tours, at table with the Emperor Maximus

The new pope, Martin V, on a white horse lead by the Emperor f. 231

St. Martin, Bishop of Tours, holding a crozier and a sword

St. Martin, Bishop of Tours, gives part of his cloak to a beggar

Saint Martin and Beggar

Plaque with St. Martin and the Beggar

Saint Martin

Bust of Saint Peter, from the Large Series of Wittenberg Reliquaries; verso: Martin Luther (1548)

Luther, Martin

St. Martin dividing his cloak

Martin Luther as an Augustinian Monk

Martin Luther

Assertio septem sacramentorum aduersus Martin. Luther¯u, aedita ab inuictissimo Angliae et Franciae rege, et do. Hyberniae Henrico eius nominis octauo.[Londinum, In aedibus Pynsonianis, 1521][156] p. 25 cm.

Luther, Martin

Luther, Martin

Madonna and Child with Saints Martin and Maurice (?)

Martin Luther (1483–1546)

Luther, Martin

Architecture, ou, Art de bien bastir de Marc Vitruve Pollion, autheur romain antique; mis de latin en francoys par Ian Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Chemnitz, Martin

Martin Luther, Bust to the Left

Bucer, Martin

Luther, Martin

Bucer, Martin

Bucer, Martin

Martin V., papa

Martin V., papa

Evangelium Lucae am XVI. cap [Satire of the Parable from Luke 16 with the Pope as the Rich Man and Martin Luther as Lazarus]

Martin V., papa

Opitz, Martin

Opitz, Martin

Luther, Martin

Luther, Martin

Bucer, Martin

Bucer, Martin

Luther, Martin