The Innocence of empress Cunigunde of Luxembourg (c.975/80-1033/40), published 1880 - Illustration

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The Innocence of empress Cunigunde of Luxembourg (c.975/80-1033/40), published 1880 royalty-free stock vector art
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Stock illustration ID:184883352
Upload date:October 14, 2013

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The innocence of Cunigunde - representation of an ordeal. Empress Cunigunde of Luxembourg (c. 975/80 – 1033/40, wife of Henry II, 973/78 - 1024) goes to prove their innocence on hot plowshares, and is then worshiped by the emperor and the assembled nobles as a saint. Woodcut engraving after a drawing (12th century) from the biography of Kunigunde in the City Library in Bamberg, published in 1880.
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