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List Of Works By Leonardo Da Vinci - Major Extant Works
... Details (sort by title) Attribution status and notes Dating (sort by earliest) 7004212660000000000 Annunciation The Annunciation Oil and tempera on poplar ... One of Leonardo's earliest extant works ...
Bengali Theatre - Indigenous Theatre
... The earliest evidence of narrative theatre in Bengal can be traced to the charyapada or charyagiti, a form of songs popular in Bengal from the ninth to the 12th century AD ... If the Natha cult evolved in the 9th century, it is possible to place the earliest performances of the Goraksanatha-Minanatha legend in the 10th century ... None of the extant literary and liturgical texts of the Dharma cult can be dated beyond the 17th century ...
Biblical Manuscript - New Testament Manuscripts - Dating The New Testament Manuscripts
... Earliest extant manuscripts The earliest manuscript of a New Testament text is a business card sized fragment from the Gospel of John, Rylands Library Papyrus P52, which dates to the first half of the ... copies of single New Testament books appear around 200, and the earliest complete copy of the New Testament, the Codex Sinaiticus dates to the 4th century ... The following table lists the earliest extant manuscript witnesses for the books of the New Testament ...

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