Stained glass window depicting the act of perjury before the knight and his wife, a bishop and judges, when the knight's friend denies him and the crucifixion statue leaks 3 drops of blood, 1869, detail, by Emil Hirsch, 1832-1904, in the Chapelle des Trois Gouttes de Sang, in Quimper Cathedral, or the Cathedrale Saint-Corentin de Quimper, a Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral founded in 1239 and completed in the 15th century, in Quimper, Finistere, Brittany, France. The cathedral is listed as a national monument. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Stained glass window depicting the act of perjury before the knight and his wife, a bishop and judges, when the knight's friend denies him and the crucifixion statue leaks 3 drops of blood, 1869, detail, by Emil Hirsch, 1832-1904, in the Chapelle des Trois Gouttes de Sang, in Quimper Cathedral, or the Cathedrale Saint-Corentin de Quimper, a Gothic Roman Catholic cathedral founded in 1239 and completed in the 15th century, in Quimper, Finistere, Brittany, France. The cathedral is listed as a...
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