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A possible work of Caravaggio discovered in Rome

The painting is titled, “The Martyrdom of St. Lawrence” and has several of the Italian painter?s characteristic features. ; It shows similarities to other paintings by Caravaggio, such as “The Martyrdom of St. Matthew,” “Judith Beheading Holofernes” and “The Conversion of St. Paul.”

The authorship has not been confirmed yet, but the painting will undergo a battery of tests to determine if it?s the work of one of the greatest artists in history.