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Tag Archives: sixteenth century

What’s in a Name? – The Story of How Saint Johns River Got its Name



The longest river in the State of Florida, the Saint Johns River stretches over 275 miles, and creates the outer border of the Museum’s historic Gardens. The great Saint Johns is one of only…

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In the Gallery – Lucas Cranach the Elder: St. Christopher and the Christ Child



Lucas the Elder was the foremost member of a family of artists by the name Cranach working in Saxony in the sixteenth century. In 1505, he settled in Wittenberg, where he…

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