I've read in a book written about 80 years ago descriptions of 3 paintings, the paintings were seen about 130 years ago.
These are the descriptions (translated to English):
Painting of a battle field, on a high place the commanders stand and look through some sort of telescope how their soldiers fight, on one side there are rivers of blood and two people are fighting, from another side injured people with chopped legs and broken hands. Nurses carrying 3 injured people on one bed with a doctor walking near them, but a bullet explodes and hits the doctor and one of the nurses so the injured people are falling into a deep pit. A fighter riding on a horse is being thrown away in the air with his horse by a bullet hitting them. Another fighter is riding on a horse and swing his sword with his right hand, with his left hand he's holding his horses bridle.
A field with grain, one part of it has wheat the other has barley. On the side of the field there's a road. The sky is bright and the sun is shining. On top of one wheat in the field stands a small bird. On the end of the field there's a tree with many branches and on one of the branches sitting a raven.
A court in Rome, prisoners are tied, judges, a prosecutor and a pleader. A small child standing on a chair pointing on the crowd with one finger and looking on the judges. The person being judged is sitting with his head between his knees.
Some background: The book's author is known to be accurate about details. He mentions that the paintings were made by "The known and famous artist Raphael". He also states that the first 2 paintings were reviewed by thousands of known artists. (I'm not sure but they were probably seen at the Louvre Museum). However I couldn't find the paintings while searching the web for Raphael's paintings. I've tried to go through this web site and also this web site to no avail. I also went through the Catalogue of Raphaels work in the book "Raphael: His Life, Works and Times by Eugène Müntz" which @user2448131 suggests in his comment, but I didn't manage to track them there also.
Please help me find these paintings.