Plate 35: St Catherine of Alexandria's dispute with the pagan orators after Masolino da Panicale; St Catherine standing in the middle facing left gesturing pronouncedly; she is surrounded by four seated orators to each side, with books in their hands, dressed in togas with mantles and patterned collars; emperor Maxentius seated on a raised dais wearing a cloak with fur collar and belt around waist and hat; derived from the fresco by Masolino da Panicale on the left wall of the chapel of St Catherine in San Clemente in Rome, canvas on the backEtching
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