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|Publisher:||Imprenta de Jaime Jepus Roviralta, Barcelona|
|Description:||Author of the book: Juan Mañe y Flaquer. Nº of the engraving in the book: nº 32. "It is a tradition in the country, that the Frank hero, on feeling that his time had come, and wishing to prevent his famous Durindana from falling into enemy hands, buried it in the ground to hide it, and on the spot that he plunged his sword into, the spring that has been flowing with water since that distant period rose"|
|Physical description:||1 10 x 15 cm engraving on a 34 x 25 cm page|
|Publication:||Museo Zumalakarregi Museoa|
|Appears in Collections:||Prints XIX century album|
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