For Catholics like my (late) father, the New Testament tales about St. Peter occupy a place of pre-eminence. They ignore that those are only tales, literary fiction from the pen of some Hellenized Semites of the 1st century.
In this fresco of 1436 we see Peter next to Andrew, his brother, at the time of being both called by the ‘Master’. The scene is due to the hand of Andrea di Giusto, and is located in the church of St. Andrew, in Ripalta.
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i dont want to create a discussion but I think christianize is a jew and sub human religion in aryan of nowadays
You must look at the high resolution version of that picture to understand it. It looks like a boat load of african refugees reaching europe! and painted in AD 1436 damn…..