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Pe·ru·gi·no

 (pĕr′ə-jē′nō, pĕ′ro͞o-) Originally Pietro Vannucci. 1445-1523?
Italian painter whose best-known work is a fresco in the Sistine Chapel, Christ Giving the Keys to Saint Peter (1481-1482).

Perugino

(Italian peruˈdʒino)
n
(Biography) Il (il), real name Pietro Vannucci. 1446–1523, Italian painter; master of Raphael. His works include the fresco Christ giving the Keys to Peter in the Sistine Chapel, Rome

Pe•ru•gi•no

(ˌpɛr uˈdʒi noʊ)
n.
(Pietro Vannucci), 1446–1524, Italian painter.
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