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  1. King Teaches the People

    Description: With the fire on the altar and a sheep on the ground before it, King Solomon with crown and scepter teaches the assembled people, who assume the posture of prayer with clasped hands.
    Subject: Solomon , Fire, King, Crown, Prayer, and Altar
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
  2. Saxon Coats of Arms

    Description: The Electoral arms of Saxony are shown on the left, and the Ducal arms of Saxony are on the right
    Subject: Electoral Arms , Swords, Ducal arms, Saxony, and Crown
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
  3. Printer's Device of Eucharius Cervicornus

    Description: Printer’s device of Eucharius Cervicornus (fl. 1516-1547)
    Subject: Serpents, Agrippinas, Eucharius Cervicornus, Shield, Printer Device, Bird, and Crown
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
  4. The Vision of Saint Bernard

    Description: This woodcut shows Saint Bernard of Clairvaux’s vision of Jesus as the “Man of Sorrows” with the instruments of his suffering. On the upper left are the Electoral and Ducal arms of Saxony, and at the base of the image are the bishop’s mitre and a heart pierced by an arrow
    Subject: Tomb, Man of Sorrows, Bernard of Clairvaux, Jesus, Tonsure, and Crown
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
  5. The Creation of Eve

    Description: From the 'Zürich Bible' and based on the sketches of Hans Holbein, the Younger (1497/98-1543), this illustration of the creation story in Genesis 2 shows Eve rising in the posture of prayer from the side of the sleeping Adam, as God stands alongside giving the sign of blessing. Several of the animals, as well as the sun, have human faces, and trouble lurks from the bottom left-hand corner.
    Subject: God, Creation , Blessing, Adam, Crown, and Eve
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
  6. Queen with Crucifix

    Description: A rendering of a queen holding a crucifix and an open book.
    Subject: Book, Queen, Crucifix, and Crown
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
  7. A New Pharaoh Arises in Egypt

    Description: As the old Pharaoh, who knew and favored Joseph is laid by his attendants in the tomb, a new Pharaoh with crown and scepter receives his subjects from a balcony.
    Subject: Tomb, Scepter, Pharaoh, Joseph, and Crown
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
  8. The Anointing of Saul

    Description: As Saul kneels with scepter in hand, Samuel anoints him. Attendants stand nearby, one with a crown. A castle appears in the background.
    Subject: Saul , Scepter, Anointing, Samuel, King, and Crown
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
  9. Jesus Being Brought Down from Cross

    Description: Jesus Christ is brought down from the cross. The "INRI" inscription is visable over his head; the crown of thorns is left on the crossbeam on the right; and a ladder is used for the process. Jesus' disciples look on, and Joseph of Arimathea stands at the foot of the cross.
    Subject: Cross, Joseph of Arimathea, Jesus, Disciples, Christ, and Crown
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,
  10. Jesus Removed from the Cross

    Description: Taken from the printing of an early and very popular sermon by Luther on indulgences and grace, this woodcut shows Jesus being taken down from the cross by Mary the mother of Jesus, Joseph of Arimathea, and the Apostle John. This illustration is reminiscent of the “Man of Sorrows” image shown later in the exhibit with its inclusion of the crown of thorns, the instrument of flogging, the lance, and the sponge affixed to the reed
    Subject: Mary, John, Cross, Jesus, and Crown
    Publisher: Pitts Theology Library,