Ludolph Büsinck (c.1600-1669) was a German painter and wood engraver who was born in the 1590s in Hann. Münden. Between 1623 and 1630, he worked in Paris, where he created the first chiaoscuro woodcuts in France. His name is also spelled "Buesinck." 

Saint Peter was one of Jesus Christ's Twelve Apostles and one of the early Church's leaders. He is traditionally regarded as the first bishop of Rome, as well as the first bishop of Antioch.

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