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    "Scivias"(Know the ways of the Lord) by the German nun and mystic Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179).The book, Codex Rupertsberg,disappeared during WW II.Transparen- cies are from a faksimile.As the soul leaves the body, devils and angels await God's judgement.

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    Sistine Chapel with the retable of the Last Judgement (Fall of the Damned)


    Salome, 1912 Canvas, 180 x 150 cm


    The heavenly ladder,illustration of an instruction to monks by abbot Johannes Klimax (6th CE). Good monks climb steadily heavenwards towards perfection, bad monks are dragged to hell by black devils. 11th-12th. 41 x 29,3 cm

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    The prodigal son, 1637 Canvas, 122,5 x 184 cm Inv. 7024


    The Last Judgement. Triptych, central panel Oil on oakwood 164 x 127 cm Inv.4 E


    Nativity, Baptism, and Crucifixion. Ivory plaque


    Psalter of Ingeburg of Denmark,France,around 1210. MS 9/1695 fol.39 Annunciation;Visitation - Saint Mary visits Saint Elisabeth;Nativity.


    Crucifixion, from the west wall of the Church of the Virgin (Sveti Bogorodica), Studenica Monastery, Serbia, 1209


    The Last Supper,1498. After restoration by Dottoressa Brambilla in 1997-2001. 4060 x 880 cm


    The Adoration of the Magi, from the Verdun Altar. Enamel plaque in champleve technique on gilded copper (begun 1181).


    The Fall of the Damned, around 1450. Oil on wood, 115 x 69,5 cm


    The Wedding at Cana. Photograph after restoration. From the Benedictine Convent of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice. Canvas (1562-1563), 666 x 990 cm Inv. 142


    "Crucifixion". Mosaic

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    Archangel Michael with sword. Gold & enamel work with precious and semi-precious stones


    Adoration of the Magi (with Botticelli's self-portrait). The Three Kings: Cosimo, Lorenzo, Giuliano de Medici. The spectators are Pico della Mirandola, Poliziano, and Botticelli. Tempera on wood (15th) 111 x 134 cm See also 40-07-01/49-51


    Madonna with a rose. Saint Joseph, Saint Mary,the infant Jesus and the infant Saint John Baptist. The Baptist hands a strip of paper to Jesus, inscribed "Ecce Agnus Dei". Canvas,103 x 94 cm Cat.302

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    Adam and Eve, Original Sin. Commentary on the Apocalypse, published in 776 by Beatus of Liebana (730 -798, Spanish monk and theologian). This commentary was popular during the Middle Ages and survives in over 30 manuscripts (usually called Beatus) from the 10th through the 13th century.


    The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. The Revelation of Saint John (Apocalypse, III. Figure). Around 1497/98. Woodcut, 396 x 283mm. (monogrammed)


    Apocalypse d'Angers,1373-1387, a series of tapestries woven for Louis I.,Duke of Anjou. Dragons vomiting frogs (Revelations 16:13-14). "And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs, coming out of the mouth of the dragon and of the mouth of the beast and out of the mouth of the false prophet.."

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    Apocalypse d'Angers,1373-1387,a series of tapestries woven for Louis I.,Duke of Anjou. The fourth seal: "A pale horse and his name that sat on him was Death and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth to kill with sword, and with hunger and with death and with the beasts of the earth.." Apo 6: 7 - 8

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    The Annunciation 1785 Canvas; 280 x 117 cm Colección Particular, Spain


    Madonna Sistina, painted for Pope Julius II as his present to the city of Piazenza, Italy. The church at Piazenza was dedicated to the sainted Pope Sixtus (left), on the right Saint Barbara. 1513–1514 Oil on canvas, 265 cm × 196 cm Inv. 93


    Crucifixion. Emperor Constantine the Great and his wife Saint Helena at the foot of the Cross. Central part of the triptych (6th-10th)


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