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    Trial of Galileo Galilei before the Inquisition, 1633. The scientist and astronomer proved Copernicus' and Kepler's theories of a sun-centered system, a theory the Catholic Church had declared erroneous.

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    Templars burned at the stake. Anonymous chronicle "From the creation of the World until 1384" translated by Bernard Guy. MS 677, folio 75 recto

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    Autodafe on Plaza Mayor, Madrid 1683 Canvas, 277 x 438 cm Cat. 1126

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    Les hommes du Saint Office - The men of the inquisition. Canvas

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    Condemned by the inquisition. Canvas

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    First edition of the "Dialogo" by Galilei in which he supported Copernicus' view that the sun was the center of the universe: the publication brought Galilei before the Inquisition.

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    Galileo Galilei, astronomer (1564-1642). Canvas, 57 x 40 cm Inv. 7976

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    Autodafe on Plaza Mayor, Madrid - detail 1683 Canvas, 277 x 438 cm Cat. 1126

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    Autodafe of St. Domingo de Guzman Autodafe presided over by Saint Domingo de Guzman The heretic Raimond was pardoned by the Saint. Wood; 154 x 92cm Cat. 618

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    Condemned by the inquisition. Canvas

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    Galileo Galilei's workroom with his table and a globe. Sentenced to seclusion by the Inquisition in Rome, he returned to his house near Florence where he wrote the "Discorsi".

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    Galileo Galilei's house in Arcetri, near Florence, where he died in 1642. Sentenced to seclusion by the Inquisition in Rome, Galilei returned to his house in 1633.

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