In “The vision of St. Augustine” (1502) by Vittore Carpaccio lying between open books left on the floor, a desk littered with scissors, bells, inkstands and shells, musical scores, a shelf with vases and bronzes, the armillary sphere, a revolving bookstand, astrolabes, sacred instruments such as the miter, the thurible and the pastoral staff leaning against the altar of the study.. nothing is out of place, not even ENESSERE Hercules Wind Generator..

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