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  1. The Sacrament of Marriage

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    Description: A rendering of the Sacrament of Marriage.
    Subject: Torch, Marriage, Sacrament, and Bridegroom
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
    Identifier: 00000507.jpg
  2. The Blessing and Coronation of a King

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    Description: This engraving is the fourth of ten illustrating the blessing and coronation of a king. Wearing a royal cloak, the king kneels before the presiding bishop, who anoints his hands with the oil of catechumens as the auxiliary bishops look on
    Subject: Bishop, Priests, Benediction, Altar, Coronation, and King
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
    Identifier: 00000057.jpg
  3. Papal Throne

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    Description: Adorning the title-page of a work by Martin Luther against the papacy, the papal throne is shown at the flaming maw of hell
    Subject: Throne , Demons, Hell, Pope, and Flames
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
    Identifier: 00000899.jpg
  4. Historiated Title-page Border

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    Description: Historiated Title-page Border
    Subject: Beasts and Sea creatures
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
    Identifier: 00000327.jpg
  5. Saint Jerome

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    Description: Saint Jerome strikes himself with a stone, while gazing at a cruficix. A lion is at his feet, the cardinal's hat nearby, and a city is visible in the background. Hieronymus (or 'Jerome') Hölzel (the printer; fl. 1500-1525) regarded St. Jerome as his patron saint
    Subject: Cardinal, Lions, Crucifix, Jerome, and City
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
    Identifier: 00000208.jpg
  6. Portrait of Philipp Melanchthon

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    Description: Portrait of Philipp Melanchthon Melanchthon's motto is from Rom 8:31 and reads, "Si deus pro nobis quis contra nos?" ("If God is for us, who is against us?").
    Subject: Melanchthon, Philipp and Portrait
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
    Identifier: 00001318.jpg
  7. The Transfiguration

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    Description: This medallion illustrations shows the transfigured Jesus, flanked by Moses and Elijah and receiving the adoration of the dsiciples Peter, James, and John
    Subject: Peter, Transfiguration, Moses, Elijah, Christ, and Jesus
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
    Identifier: 00000967.jpg
  8. Tobit

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    Description: The initial letter "T" shows Tobit on a chair pointing to his eye as birds perch overhead in the rafters and defecate in his eyes. Before him stands Anna, his wife, with hands folded in prayer, as Tobiah, his son, points to him.
    Subject: Birds, Tobit , Prayer, Anna, Wife, and Tobiah
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
    Identifier: 00000716.jpg
  9. Martyrdom of Simon the Zealot

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    Description: Some Christian tradition holds that the Apostle Simon the Zealot was sawn in two
    Subject: Simon the Zealot, Saw, Apostle, Soldiers, and Martyrdom
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
    Identifier: 00001093.jpg
  10. The Expedition Returns

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    Description: An initial letter N shows Israelite spies returning from their investigation of Canaan bearing on a large pole between them a giant cluster of grapes.
    Subject: Spies, Israel , Canaan, and Grapes
    Owner: acarter@atla.com
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
    Identifier: 00000583.jpg