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    The fountain of Grace and the triumph of the Church over the Synagogue Wood; 181 x 116cm Cat. 1511


    The Annunciation. Fresco (1482)


    Adoration of the Magi, with donor Emperor Otto IV at Christ's Baptism. Detail from the Shrine of the Three Magi at the high chancel of the cathedral. Gold, enamel, precious stones, cameos, antique gems (begun 1181)


    Pieta. 1545 Canvas, 185 x 150 cm


    Salome dancing before Herod, from the MS "Psalter of Paris". MS Grec 139, Vol. 8


    The calling of Matthew, 1599. Canvas


    "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.The Fall; Adam who has disobeyed God falls into the black abyss of hell.

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    Mosaic in the early Christian chapel under the ranks of seats of the Roman amphitheatre at Durres,Albania. The mosaic on the south wall shows St.Stephen, the first Christian martyr,the Virgin Mary and archangels Michael and Gabriel. Around 750.


    So-called "Imervard-Cross", a version of the Italian "Volto Santo" Cross from Lucca, where Christ is not depicted as the suffering redeemer, but as Christ-King in ceremonial robe and gold belt. Oakwood, mid-12th


    Deploration with Saint Mary and Saint John apostle. Around 1614/15 Oakwood, 107,5 x115,5 cm Inv.529


    Reverse panels of the altar of The Last Judgement. Center top: Annunciation; below: Saints Sebastian and Anthony,patron of the Hospice de Beaune; left:Nicolas Rolin, chancellor of the Dukes of Burgundy, right: his wife; angels holding the couple's coats of arms. 1434


    The blowing of the second trumpet. 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 13th century. From the Real Monasterio de Santa Mara de Guadalupe, Spain."And the second angel sounded, and as it were a great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea: and the third part of the sea becme blood.." Apo 8: 8 - 9


    Christ's descent to hell, from the Verdun Altar. Enamel plaque in champleve technique on gilded copper (begun 1181)


    The Three Magi on their way. Mosaic (6th)

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    Saint Peter's denial, Jesus and an apostle, a rooster on a column. Mosaic (6th)


    The Great Satan from the Gates of Hell. Mosaic floor of the cathedral of Otranto, southern Italy. The cathedral was built under Roger, Norman Duke of Apulia, and consecrated in 1088. The mosaic floor of 1166 is a compendium of early medieval knowledge and lore. See also 40-11-24/36-45 Apo 12: 9


    Le Christ remettant les clefs a Saint Pierre - Christ hands the keys to Saint Peter. Canvas,


    The Adoration of the Magi. Center piece of the "Altar of the City's Patron Saints", Cologne. Tempera on oakwood (around 1450)


    Staurothek (reliquary of the Holy Cross). Triptych. Saints and benefactors of the Benedictine Abbey, founded by the Frankish Prince Liutwin. Reverse side. Gold and enamel (1220)


    Crucifix, from Umbria, second half 13th Wood, 96,5 x 73 cm R.F. 1981-48


    The arrival of the Magi. Detail of the mosaic "The Nativity" 15-03-03/19.


    Death of the Virgin Mary. Fresco by Mihail and Eutychios (1295)


    The Flight to Egypt. From the Baptistery, Florence. Mosaics cover the entire cupola. They were begun in 1220 and completed a century later. The designs are by Florentine painters, among them Cimabue and the young Giotto.


    Virgin and child with Saint Catherine of Alexandria and Saint James the Elder, 1527-30 Canvas, 113,5 x 152 cm Inv. 101


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