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1542.B.dut.JvL.a

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Title1) Den Bijbel met groter neersticheyt ghecorrigeert, ende op die canten geset den ouderdom der werelt, ende hoe lange die gheschiedenissen ende historien der Bybelen, elck int sine voor Christus gheboorte geweest sijn, ende daer bi vergadert uut Fasciculus temporum, ende uut die Cronike van alder werelt, die principael historien der machtiger Heydenscher Coninckrijcken, daer die heylige schrift ooc dicwils af vermaent, Nu ooc laetstwerf met groter neersticheyt ghecorrigeert, uut die alder oudtste ende geapprobeertste Copien, die welcke gedruckt sijn. Cum Gratia et Privilegio. Ende dat inhout boven elcken capittel des selven Capittels, soo wel des ouden Testaments als des nieuwen Testaments. Met noch sommighe schoone verclaringen op dye canten, dye op dander noyt geweest en sijn. [in red and black] (+1r) 2) Tgeheele nyeuwe Testament, met grooter neersticheyt ghecorrigeert, niet alleene nae der Griecscher ende Latijnscher waerheyt, maer oock nae die beste ende oudtste boecken van beyden talen die gheapprobeerste, Nu oock laestwerf met grooter neersticheyt ghecorrigeert, uut die alder oudtste ende gheapprobeerste Copien, die welcke ghedruct sijn Cum Gratia et Privilegio. Ende dat inhoudt van elcken Capittel, so wel vanden Epistelen der Apostelen als der Evangelien. (2II1r)
Bible books in editionBible complete
Printer/PublisherLiesvelt, Jacob van (ca. 1489-1545)
Place of publicationAntwerp
Year of publication1542
Remarks
Related personsLiesvelt, Jacob van (ca. 1489-1545) (printed and published by)
LanguageDutch
TranslationZürcher Bible 1531; Martin Luther
Contains illustrationsyes

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Format2
Number of pages852
Prologueyes, part preface to the edition of OT 1523 by Luther vol.1 p.+1vpage
Epilogueno
Preface on bible bookno
Authorisationyes: Cum Gratia et Privilegio on titlepage
Announced on title pageglosses, summary of chapters
Volumes
Title1) Den Bijbel met groter neersticheyt ghecorrigeert, ende op die canten geset den ouderdom der werelt, ende hoe lange die gheschiedenissen ende historien der Bybelen, elck int sine voor Christus gheboorte geweest sijn, ende daer bi vergadert uut Fasciculus temporum, ende uut die Cronike van alder werelt, die principael historien der machtiger Heydenscher Coninckrijcken, daer die heylige schrift ooc dicwils af vermaent, Nu ooc laetstwerf met groter neersticheyt ghecorrigeert, uut die alder oudtste ende geapprobeertste Copien, die welcke gedruckt sijn. Cum Gratia et Privilegio. Ende dat inhout boven elcken capittel des selven Capittels, soo wel des ouden Testaments als des nieuwen Testaments. Met noch sommighe schoone verclaringen op dye canten, dye op dander noyt geweest en sijn. [in red and black] (+1r) 2) Tgeheele nyeuwe Testament, met grooter neersticheyt ghecorrigeert, niet alleene nae der Griecscher ende Latijnscher waerheyt, maer oock nae die beste ende oudtste boecken van beyden talen die gheapprobeerste, Nu oock laestwerf met grooter neersticheyt ghecorrigeert, uut die alder oudtste ende gheapprobeerste Copien, die welcke ghedruct sijn Cum Gratia et Privilegio. Ende dat inhoudt van elcken Capittel, so wel vanden Epistelen der Apostelen als der Evangelien. (2II1r)
Imprint
ColophonGheprent Tantwerpen op die Camerpoort brugghe, inden Schilt van Artoys, By my Jacob van Liesvelt, Int Jaer ons Heeren .M.CCCCC. ende .xlij. den .iij. dach Junij. (2VV8r) vol.1 p.2VV8rpage
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Contents +1r title and printer's device in ornamental border; +1v pref. and instructions for binding; +2r-+6v index; +6v explanation of abbreviations; A1r-C1r Gen; C1r-D8r Ex; D8r-F1r Lev; F1v-G6v Numb; G6v-I3v Deut; I3v-K6r Jos; K6r-L8v Judg; L8v-M1v Ruth; M1v-N4v 1Sam; N4v-O5r 2Sam; O5r-P7v 1Kings; P7v-R1r 2Kings; R1r-S1v 1Chron; S1v-T6v 2Chron; T6v-V3v Ezra; V3v-V8r Neh; V8r-X2v Esth; X2v-X4r EsthAdd; X4r-Y3v Job; Y4r-AA6r Ps; AA6v-BB5r Prov; BB5r-BB7v Ecclstes; BB7v-BB8v SongSol; CC1r-EE1v Isa; EE2r-GG5r Jer; GG5r-GG6v Lam; GG7r-HH1r Bar; HH1v-KK3v Eze; KK3v-LL3v Dan; LL3v-LL6r Hos; LL6r-MM1r Joel; MM1r-MM3r Amos; MM3r-MM3v Obad; MM3v-MM4r Jon; MM4r-MM5v Mic; MM5v-MM6v Nah; MM6v-MM7v Hab; MM7v-MM8r Zeph; MM8r-MM8v Hag; MM8v-MM12r Zech; MM12r-MM12v Mal; 2AA1r-2AA6r 3Ezra; 2AA6r-2BB7r 4Ezra; 2BB7v-2CC2v Tob; 2CC2v-2CC7r Jud; 2CC7r-2DD4r WisSol; 2DD4r-2FF1v Eccl; 2FF1v prayer of Sol; 2FF1v-2FF2v DanAdd; 2FF3r-2GG4v 1Mac; 2GG4v-2HH6r 2Mac; 2HH6v blank; 2II1r title NT and printer's device in ornamental border; 2II1v-2KK5r Mat; 2KK5v-2LL4v Mk; 2LL4v-2MM8v Luk; 2NN1r-2NN10v Jo; 2OO1r-2PP3v Acts; 2PP3v-2PP8r Rom; 2PP8r-2QQ4r 1Cor; 2QQ4v-2QQ7r 2Cor; 2QQ7r-2QQ8v Gal; 2QQ8v-2RR2r Eph; 2RR2r-2RR3r Philip; 2RR3r-2RR4r Col; 2RR4r-2RR5r 1Thess; 2RR5r-2RR5v 2Thess; 2RR5v-2RR6v 1Tim; 2RR6v-2SS1v 2Tim; 2SS1v-2SS2r Tit; 2SS2r Phil; 2SS2r-2SS3v 1Pet; 2SS3v-2SS4r 2Pet; 2SS4r-2SS5r 1Jo; 2SS5v 2Jo; 2SS5v 3Jo; 2SS5v-2TT2v Hebr; 2TT3r-2TT4r Jam; 2TT4r Jude; 2TT5v-2VV5r Rev; 2VV5v-2VV8r liturgical calendar; 2VV8r colophon; 2VV8v blank
Place of publicationAntwerp
Year of publication1542
Remarks on place/year
Text area258 x 150 (height x width); 66 lines

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Typography

Foliatedno
SignedSign. 4/8 vol.1 p.C1rpage
Number of columns2 columns vol.1 p.C1rpage
Book headingsyes; Hier beghint dat boeck des uutgancx datmen int Latijn noemt Exodus int Hebreeusche Hellesmoth [!]. vol.1 p.C1rpage
Chapter headingsyes; Dat I. Capittel. vol.1 p.C1rpage
Running headsyes; Dat boeck Exodus Dat .iij. Capittel
Summaries of chapters yes vol.1 p.C1rpage
Printed annotationsyes; inner margin (outer margin) vol.1 p.C1rpage
Scriptural referencesyes; inner margin; outer margin vol.1 p.C4vpage
Numbered versesno
Ornamentsyes
Ornamental initialsyes
Primary typefaceGothic vol.1 p.C1rpage
Specific typefaceVervliet T 30, Pica (Mediaan) 77 x 2

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Illustrations

Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(JAMES THE GREAT)x13

Iconclass11H(JAMES THE GREAT)
Descriptionthe apostle James the Great; possible attributes: book, pilgrim's cloak, hat, shell, staff, and wallet, scroll, sword
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(LUKE)12x11Q651x1

Iconclass11H(LUKE)12,11Q651
DescriptionSt. Luke writing his gospel, usually a (winged) ox present, crucifix ~ personal devotion
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(LUKE)12x11Q651x2

Iconclass11H(LUKE)12,11Q651
DescriptionSt. Luke writing his gospel, usually a (winged) ox present, crucifix ~ personal devotion
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(MARK)122x1

Iconclass11H(MARK)122
DescriptionSt. Mark writing the Gospel, inspiratory figure present, e.g. hand of God, Sophia
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(PAUL)12x4

Iconclass11H(PAUL)12
DescriptionSt. Paul writing his epistles
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11H(PETER)x8

Iconclass11H(PETER)
Descriptionthe apostle Peter, first bishop of Rome; possible attributes: book, cock, (upturned) cross, (triple) crozier, fish, key, scroll, ship, tiara
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I612x1

Iconclass11I612
Descriptionjudges from the Old Testament (not in biblical context)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62(AARON)x2

Iconclass11I62(AARON)
DescriptionAaron (not in biblical context); possible attributes: attributes of Aaron: censer, dressed as high priest or bishop, ointment jar, rod or flowering wand
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62(DAVID)4x4

Iconclass11I62(DAVID)4
Descriptionpersonal devotions of David, e.g. vision, prayer, penitence
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62x11

Iconclass11I62
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (not in biblical context)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62x12

Iconclass11I62
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (not in biblical context)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62x12A3423x3

Iconclass11I62,12A3423
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (not in biblical context), reading of the Torah ~ Jewish religion
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62x13

Iconclass11I62
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (not in biblical context)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62x24

Iconclass11I62
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (not in biblical context)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62x32

Iconclass11I62
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (not in biblical context)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62x33

Iconclass11I62
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (not in biblical context)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 11I62x35

Iconclass11I62
Descriptionmale persons from the Old Testament (not in biblical context)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 12A311x12A422x1

Iconclass12A311,12A422
Descriptionthe altar of incense, the golden altar ~ Jewish religion, Ark of the Covenant ~ Jewish religion
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 12A312x12A423x12A4241x1

Iconclass12A312,12A423,12A4241
Descriptionthe altar of burnt offering, the brazen altar ~ Jewish religion, other objects kept in the Tabernacle, bronze laver and its base ~ the court of the Tabernacle
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 12A42121x11G1911x1

Iconclass12A42121,11G1911
DescriptionVeil of the Tabernacle ~ Jewish religion, cherubs, i.e. children's heads with wings
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 12A4232x12A423x12A4231x1

Iconclass12A4232,12A423,12A4231
Descriptiontable of the showbread in the Tabernacle ~ Jewish religion, other objects kept in the Tabernacle, 'menorah', golden seven-branched candlestick, kept in the Tabernacle
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 12A42x12A424x1

Iconclass12A42,12A424
Descriptiontabernacle, 'mishkan' ~ Jewish religion, the court of the Tabernacle ~ Jewish religion
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 25Ax19

Iconclass25A
ArtistDeutecum, Johannes van
Descriptionmaps, atlases
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 45H3x1

Iconclass45H3
Descriptionbattle
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 45K27x1

Iconclass45K27
Descriptionbreaking into city or fortress ~ siege
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 45K27x6

Iconclass45K27
Descriptionbreaking into city or fortress ~ siege
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48A9831x48A983111x1

ORNAMENTCODE48A9831,48A983111
Descriptionfoliage, tendrils, branches ~ ornament, acanthus ~ ornament
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48A9833x25G41(CARNATION)x1

ORNAMENTCODE48A9833,25G41(CARNATION)
Descriptionflowers ~ ornament, flowers (with NAME)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48A9833x25G41(ROSE)x1

ORNAMENTCODE48A9833,25G41(ROSE)
Descriptionflowers ~ ornament, flowers (with NAME)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48A9833x25G41(ROSE)x2

ORNAMENTCODE48A9833,25G41(ROSE)
Descriptionflowers ~ ornament, flowers (with NAME)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48C161x48C1624x11I62(MOSES)x11H(MARK)x11H(JOHN)x11I62(JOSHUA)x11I62(DAVID)x92D1916x45C19(SHIELD)x1

Iconclass48C161,48C1624,11I62(MOSES),11H(MARK),11H(JOHN),11I62(JOSHUA),11I62(DAVID),92D1916,45C19(SHIELD)
Descriptioncolumn, pillar ~ architecture, 'concha' ~ architecture, Moses (not in biblical context); possible attributes: rays of light or horns on his head, rod, Tables of the Law, Mark (Marcus) the evangelist, and bishop of Alexandria; possible attributes: book, (winged) lion, pen and inkhorn, scroll, the apostle John the Evangelist; possible attributes: book, cauldron, chalice with snake, eagle, palm, scroll, Joshua (not in biblical context), David (not in biblical context); possible attributes: crown, harp, cupids: 'amores', 'amoretti', 'putti', protective weapons: shield
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 48C168x12A42x7

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Descriptionother architectural details, tabernacle, 'mishkan' ~ Jewish religion
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 49M431x49L16x2

Iconclass49M431,49L16
Descriptiondevice (trade-mark of Liesvelt, Jacob van and widow), letter combinations such as letterword, anagram, letter square, monogram, etc. (I L)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A3421x3

Iconclass71A3421
DescriptionEve emerges from Adam's body
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A3421x5

Iconclass71A3421
DescriptionEve emerges from Adam's body
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A422x2

Iconclass71A422
DescriptionEve offers the fruit to Adam
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71A82x71A812x2

Iconclass71A82,71A812
Descriptionthe killing of Abel: Cain slays him with a stone, a club or a jaw-bone, alternatively with a spade or another tool as weapon, the fume of Abel's sacrifice goes straight to heaven, whereas the smoke of Cain's offering is beaten down
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71B35211x1

Iconclass71B35211
DescriptionShem and Japheth cover their father Noah; Ham usually stands nearby deriding him
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71B421x6

Iconclass71B421
Descriptionthe building of the Tower of Babel; Nimrod may be present, supervising or assisting the construction
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C119x1

Iconclass71C119
DescriptionAbraham and Hagar (Genesis 16)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C124x71C1241x71C125x1

Iconclass71C124,71C1241,71C125
Descriptionthe destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah: Lot and his family flee to Zoar, carrying their belongings; an angel may be showing the way (Genesis 19:24-29), Lot's wife looks back at the city and is transformed into a pillar of salt: Lot and his daughters (Genesis 19:30-38)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C1252x71C1241x71C1242x3

Iconclass71C1252,71C1241,71C1242
DescriptionLot's daughters make their father drunk, Lot's wife looks back at the city and is transformed into a pillar of salt, Sodom and Gomorrah burning
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C131311x71C13141x5

Iconclass71C131311,71C13141
Descriptionwhen Abraham has his hand raised to kill Isaac, an angel restrains Abraham's hand, the ram of the sacrifice ~ sacrifice of Isaac
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71C3121x5

Iconclass71C3121
Descriptionthe dream of Jacob: while sleeping on the ground with a stone for pillow Jacob sees a ladder reaching from earth to heaven with angels going up and down; usually with God at the top of the ladder
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D12411x3

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DescriptionJoseph is lowered into a pit by means of ropes or a pulley
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D155x71D151x1

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DescriptionJoseph interpreting Pharaoh's dreams, Pharaoh's dreams ~ story of Joseph
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D173x4

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Descriptionadmitted in Joseph's presence, the brothers bow down before him
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71D224x1

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DescriptionJacob is presented to Pharaoh by Joseph
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1164x71E11721x1

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DescriptionMoses and Aaron before Pharaoh; Aaron performs the miracle of the rod changing into a snake: the plague of water turned into blood: as Pharaoh goes down to the Nile, Aaron strikes the surface of the river with his rod; the water turns into blood and all the fishes die
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E116x71E11311x3

Iconclass71E116,71E11311
DescriptionMoses and Aaron confront Pharaoh (Exodus 5-7:13), Moses beholding one of his countrymen being beaten by an Egyptian taskmaster
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E117221x3

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Descriptionfrogs invading pharaoh's palace (Exodus 7:26-29 or 8:1-4)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E11728x5

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Descriptionthe plague of locusts: as Moses raises his hands the locusts come and eat everything that has survived the hail
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1173132x5

Iconclass71E1173132
Descriptionthe Israelites eat the Passover lamb standing about a table with their loins girt, their shoes on their feet and with staves in their hands, ready to depart
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E11732x5

Iconclass71E11732
Descriptionthe plague of the first-born: the destroying angel passes through the land and kills every Egyptian first-born of man and animal
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1223x8

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Descriptionwith his people safe on the shore, Moses raises his hands and causes the water to return; Pharaoh's army perishes in the water (Red Sea)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1231x2

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Descriptionsong of Moses ~ Exodus
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E12541x8

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Descriptionthe gathering of manna (in baskets and pots)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E12721x5

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DescriptionMoses sitting on a rock, arms held up by Aaron and Hur; the Amalekites are defeated
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E13231x71E1312x3

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DescriptionMoses leads the people to the foot of the mountain and is called by God, Moses communicating with God on Mount Sinai (the mountain may be covered by a thick cloud)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E1383x2

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Descriptionthe making of the Tabernacle and its accessories ~ Exodus
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E231x8

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Descriptiontwo sons of Aaron, Nadab and Abihu, offer incense in their censers to God, who punishes them for this by sending a fire that kills them
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E31113x3

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Descriptionthe tribes are arranged in their proper order ~ the book of Numbers
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E31211x3

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Descriptiontwo silver trumpets are made and are used to call the people together ~ the book of Numbers
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E3152x7

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Descriptionthe spies take away some of the fruits of Canaan and return, usually carrying a large bunch of grapes on a pole
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E31742x6

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Descriptionthe ground opens and swallows the rebels Dathan and Abiram along with their families and possessions
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E3182x1

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DescriptionAaron's rod has sprouted, flowered and produced ripe almonds
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E3243x71E3241x6

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Descriptionanyone who is bitten by a snake is cured by looking at the brazen serpent; the serpent (or dragon) is usually depicted on a tau-shaped cross or on a pillar, when the people complain again about the food, God sends poisonous snakes; many die of snake-bites ~ book of Numbers
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E3314x5

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Descriptionan angel holding a sword bars the way and causes Balaam's ass to turn aside; the angel is invisible to Balaam
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E52232x4

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Descriptionwhile the priests with the ark stay in the middle of the Jordan and the waters are miraculously dammed, the Israelites cross the river
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E5242x71E52421x5

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Descriptionthe Israelites march around Jericho: in the procession the main body of the soldiers comes first, next are seven priests who blow on trumpets, followed by the priests carrying the ark and a rear guard, on the seventh day, at a signal from Joshua, the people start to shout and the walls of Jericho crumble
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E529522x1

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Descriptionthe five Amorite kings are killed either on Joshua's command or by his own hand, and their bodies are hanged as a display
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71E535x3

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Descriptionthe territory of the thirty-one kings is conquered by Joshua and his army (Joshua 12:7-24)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71F2152x71F2143x2

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Descriptionthose who lap water by putting their hand to their mouth are separated from those who kneel down to drink the water ~ selection of Gideon's men, twice Gideon asks the Lord to show him a sign with a sheep's fleece before his raid against the Midianites
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71F2164x1

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Descriptionthe attack on the Midianites: Gideon and his men blow their trumpets, break their pitchers, and hold their lamps
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71F325x71F324x1

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DescriptionSamson kills the lion with his bare hands, in the vineyards of Timnath Samson meets a roaring lion
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DescriptionSamson drinks from the ass's jaw-bone after having slain a thousand Philistines, with an ass's jaw-bone Samson slays a thousand Philistines, Samson ties three hundred foxes two by two by their tails with a fire-brand in between; with the torches on fire he lets them go into the cornfields of the Philistines which are set aflame
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DescriptionSamson carries the doors on his shoulders to the top of a hill near Hebron
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DescriptionSamson's hairlocks are cut off by Delilah
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DescriptionSamson breaks the pillars; the temple of Dagon collapses, killing all that are in it
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Descriptionthe statue of Dagon in Ashdod falls down, Eli, hearing of the capture of the ark, falls from his seat and dies, the plague of the mice ~ the Ark of the Covenant
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71G1131x1

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Descriptionthe anointment of Saul by Samuel, with people looking on
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DescriptionSamuel anointing David in the presence of his father Jesse and his brothers
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DescriptionDavid slings a stone at Goliath's forehead
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DescriptionDavid and Jonathan, son of Saul, become friends
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DescriptionSaul kills himself with a sword, Saul's armour-bearer kills himself
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Descriptionthe Philistines place Saul's armour in the temple of Ashtaroth (Astarte)
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Descriptionvariant
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DescriptionDavid, from the roof (or balcony) of his palace, sees Bathsheba bathing
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DescriptionAbsalom, put to flight on a mule, remains hanging by his hair in an oak-tree
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DescriptionJoab kills Amasa: Joab takes Amasa by the beard with the right hand as if to kiss him, and stabs him with a dagger
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DescriptionSolomon enthroned
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DescriptionSolomon offers sacrifices on the altar at Gibeon: Solomon's dream: the Lord appears to him; Solomon prays for wisdom
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DescriptionSolomon gives verdict; he commands a soldier to divide the living child in two
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DescriptionKing Hiram of Tyre sends ambassadors to Solomon
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Descriptionthe two brazen pillars: Jachin and Boaz (Solomon's temple)
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Descriptionthe molten sea, with twelve oxen or lions ~ temple of Solomon
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Descriptionother decorations of the temple of Solomon
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Descriptiontemple of Solomon (1 Kings 5-9; 2 Chronicles 2-7)
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Descriptionthe palace of Solomon (1 Kings 7:1-12)
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DescriptionShishak loots the temple treasure
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DescriptionAhaz' apostasy, King Rezin of Syria and King Pekah of Israel defeat Ahaz and take many prisoners
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Descriptionat night, an angel of the Lord decimates the Assyrian camp: 185.000 soldiers are killed
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DescriptionIsaiah prays to God and the shadow of the sundial goes back ten degrees
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71L25221x1

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Descriptionthe prayer of Manasseh
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DescriptionSaphan reads the book of Law aloud to the king who tears his clothes in dismay
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 71M12x1

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DescriptionElijah fed by the raven(s): while the prophet is living by the brook, ravens bring him food
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DescriptionJeremiah's vision of the seething pot
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Descriptionafter the furnace has been heated seven times more, the three Hebrews are bound and thrown into the fire; their executioners are burnt by the flames
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Descriptionfour great beasts rising from the sea ~ Daniel's visions
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DescriptionAhasuerus holds out his sceptre to Esther (Esther usually kneeling)
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DescriptionJudith and her maidservant put Holofernes' head in a sack, Holofernes' head is hung on the city wall
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DescriptionHolofernes' head is hung on the city wall
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DescriptionEliphaz, Bildad and Zophar go to Job to console him over his misfortunes (the three friends may be depicted as kings), the death of Job's children
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73A2x3

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Descriptionancestors and parents of Christ
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73A522x11I62(MOSES)x2

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Descriptionthe Annunciation: Mary sitting: Moses (not in biblical context); possible attributes: rays of light or horns on his head, rod, Tables of the Law
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73B14x73B141x1

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Descriptionannunciation of Christ's birth to the shepherds at night; a host of singing angels in the air, the shepherds go to Bethlehem
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73B3x73B74x3

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Descriptioncircumcision of the Christ-child by the priest in the temple (Luke 2:21), other occupations of the Holy Family
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73B57x73B55x3

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Descriptionadoration of the kings: the Wise Men present their gifts to the Christ-child (gold, frankincense and myrrh), the star appears again and guides the three Wise Men to Bethlehem
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DescriptionChrist found by his parents, Mary and Joseph searching for their child
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DescriptionJohn the Baptist disputing
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DescriptionJohn the Baptist identifies Christ as the Lamb of God ('Ecce Agnus Dei') (John 1:29, 1:36)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C121x73C21x3

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Descriptionbaptism of Christ in the river Jordan: John the Baptist pouring out water on Christ's head: the Holy Ghost descends, Christ in the wilderness (desert)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C1334x73C133x73C1335x73C134x1

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DescriptionSalome is given the head of John the Baptist by the executioner, Salome dancing during the banquet of Herod, Salome gives the head of John the Baptist to her mother, lamentation and burial of John the Baptist
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C221x73C222x73C223x14

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Description'command these stones to become loaves of bread' ~ temptation of Christ in the wilderness, 'throw yourself down' (from the temple) ~ temptation of Christ in the wilderness, 'all these will I give you' (= the glory of the world) ~ temptation of Christ in the wilderness
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DescriptionChrist in a boat with the apostles, talking or sleeping, the apostles awake Christ
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Descriptiona storm arises; Christ returns, walking on the water
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C411x1

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Descriptionhealing of the blind of Bethsaida (Mark 8:22-26)
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DescriptionChrist healing blind people
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C4214x73C421x73C4211x4

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Descriptionthe paralytic man is cured and walks away: sick people lying near the pool of Bethesda ~ Christ healing paralytics (John 5:1-9), an angel stirs up the water of the pool of Bethesda
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Descriptiona paralytic is let down through the roof of the house where Christ is preaching, the paralytic takes up his bed and walks away ~ Christ healing paralytics
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Descriptionthe centurion of Capernaum, kneeling before Christ, begs him to heal his paralytic servant (or son) (Matthew 8:5-13; Luke 7:1-10; John 4:46-54)
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Descriptiona Canaanite woman kneels before Christ, asking him to heal her daughter; the metaphor of the dogs and bread (Matthew 15:21-28; Mark 7:24-30)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C433x73C7247x2

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Descriptionhealing of a possessed man in a synagogue (Mark 1:23-28; Luke 4:33-37), Pharisees and Sadducees opposing Christ
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C434x73C4341x4

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Descriptionhealing of two (or one) possessed at Gerasa (Gadara) (Matthew 8:28-34; Mark 5:1-20; Luke 8:26-39), the demons enter into a herd of swine, which leap into the sea ~ healing of two possessed at Gerasa
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C451x6

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Descriptionhealing of one leper, who kneels before Christ (Matthew 8:1-4; Mark 1:40-45; Luke 5:12-16)
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DescriptionChrist sends ten lepers to the priest (Luke 17:11-19), one leper, a Samaritan, sent to the priest by Christ, returns and kneels before him
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C462x73C4x1

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Descriptionhealing of a man with a withered hand (Matthew 12:9-13; Mark 3:1-5; Luke 6:6-10), miracles of Christ ~ healing the sick
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Descriptionthe raising of Lazarus ('Lazarus, come out')
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DescriptionChrist orders (six) jars to be filled with water ~ marriage-feast at Cana
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DescriptionChrist blessing the bread and fish brought by a boy, apostles gather the pieces left over ~ multiplication of loaves and fishes, Christ's sermon on the mount (Matthew 5-7)
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DescriptionPeter finds a piece of money in the mouth of a fish and pays the temple tribute, Christ discussing the temple tribute with the apostles
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Descriptioncalling of Peter and Andrew; they are called away from their fishing-boat (Matthew 4:18-20; Mark 1:16-18)
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Descriptioncalling of Matthew (Levi), the tax-collector (usually with money lying on the table and people paying taxes) (Matthew 9:9; Mark 2:14; Luke 5:27-28)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C713x12

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Descriptionthe Transfiguration: Moses and Elijah appear on either side of Christ on Mount Tabor (Matthew 17:1-13; Mark 9:2-13; Luke 9:28-36)
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Descriptiondiscussion with Pharisees about the plucking of corn
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C7215x1

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Descriptionthe widow's mite: Christ draws the disciples' attention to a woman who puts a few coins in the temple's money chest (Mark 12:41-44; Luke 21:1-4)
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DescriptionChrist talking with Nicodemus at night (John 3:1-21)
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DescriptionChrist and the woman of Samaria: sitting at Jacob's well he asks her for a drink from her jug
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DescriptionPharisees bring a woman accused of adultery before Christ (John 8:2-11), Christ points to or writes on the ground
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DescriptionChrist in the temple in debate with Pharisees about the tribute to Caesar (Matthew 22:15-22; Mark 12:13-17; Luke 20:20-26)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C72631x73C7263x1

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Descriptioncalling of Zacchaeus, who is sitting in a fig-tree (Christ passing through Jericho): meal at the house of Zacchaeus, the tax-collector (Luke 19:1-10)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C7266x73C7247x1

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Description'This man receives sinners, and eats with them' ~ Christ and meals (Luke 15:2), Pharisees and Sadducees opposing Christ
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C727x73C4x4

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DescriptionChrist's sermon on the mount (Matthew 5-7), miracles of Christ ~ healing the sick
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C732x1

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DescriptionChrist preaching in the temple
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C747x73C11x3

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Descriptionsayings of Christ ~ himself or his purpose in coming on earth, John the Baptist preaching (perhaps Christ among the bystanders)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C761x2

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DescriptionChrist curses the cities at the Lake of Gennesaret (Chorazin, Bethsaida, Capernaum) (Matthew 11:20-24; Luke 10:13-15)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C7x73C721x73C8184x2

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DescriptionChrist as teacher (part I): explaining his doctrine; teaching ~ parables and proverbs, Christ explaining his doctrine to the apostles and disciples: '... every plant, which my heavenly Father has not planted, will be rooted up' ~ proverbial saying of Christ (Matthew 15:13)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C812x73C8122x73C8123x3

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Descriptiontares among the wheat ~ parable of Christ (Matthew 13:24-30), while the sower and his servants slept, his enemy (the Devil) sowed tares among the wheat, in time of the harvest the tares are bound and burned, but the wheat is gathered and put in the barn of the lord
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C8152x73C8151x4

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Descriptionat the end of the day the lord pays all the labourers equally; those that worked all day object, the lord sends labourers to the vineyard
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C8172x73C8171x5

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Descriptionat last the lord sends his son, '... they cast him out of the vineyard, and killed him', the wicked husbandmen kill the servants of the lord, who are sent to gather the fruits
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C8212x73C8214x73C8215x1

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Description'thieves and robbers' climb on the roof of the sheepfold ~ parable of the good shepherd, the hireling is not the shepherd, he runs away when the wolf is coming ~ parable of the good shepherd, 'I have other sheep, that are not of this fold' ~ parable of the good shepherd
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C825x11U1x3

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Description'as a shepherd (the Son of Man) separates the sheep from the goats' (Matthew 25:32): comprehensive representation of Last Judgement: Christ (with sword and lily), often surrounded by elders and sometimes accompanied by Mary and John the Baptist, appears in the sky with trumpeting angels (and sometimes angels holding the instruments of the Passion); after the resurrection of the dead the blessed are led to heaven by angels, and the damned are dragged into hell by devils
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C832x1

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Descriptionthe unmerciful servant: the king forgives him his debts ~ parable of Christ (Matthew 18:23-35)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C833x3

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Descriptionthe steward who is to be dismissed, has the debtors of his lord change their debts (Luke 16:1-8)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C8413x11

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Descriptionthe wise virgins are let into the house with the bridegroom (Christ); the foolish virgins are shut out
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C851x3

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Descriptionthe rich fool, whose death comes when he has saved all his money to build new barns (Luke 12:16-21)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C852x73C8521x73C8522x3

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Descriptionthe rich man (Dives) is feasting, while poor Lazarus is starving at the gate (dogs licking Lazarus' sores) (Luke 16:19-31): Lazarus dies: his soul is carried into Abraham's lap by angels, Dives dies; his soul is brought into hell by devils
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C8613x73C8612x73C8615x5

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Descriptiona Samaritan tending the wounds of the traveller, a priest and/or a Levite passing by without attending to the wounded man ~ parable of the Good Samaritan, the Samaritan pays the innkeeper
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C86461x73C86463x73C8645x73C86451x1

Iconclass73C86461,73C86463,73C8645,73C86451
Descriptionthe prodigal son kneels before his father who takes him in his arms, preparations, e.g. the prodigal son is given new robes; slaughtering of the fatted calf; the elder son objects, the prodigal son tends the swine and eats from their trough, the prodigal son repents his former life and prays
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C86463x1

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Descriptionpreparations, e.g. the prodigal son is given new robes; slaughtering of the fatted calf; the elder son objects
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C87x73C874x73C872x73C873x1

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Descriptionparables and proverbial sayings of Christ ~ the Kingdom of Heaven and religion: 'the Kingdom of Heaven is like a net, which was thrown into the sea, and gathered fish of every kind' (Matthew 13:47-48): 'the Kingdom of Heaven is like treasure hidden in a field' ~ proverbial saying of Christ (Matthew 13:44): 'the Kingdom of Heaven is like a merchant in search of fine pearls' ~ proverbial saying of Christ (Matthew 13:45-46)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73C882x7

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Descriptionthe praying Pharisee and the repentant publican in the temple (Luke 18:10-14)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D11x2

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DescriptionChrist foretelling his Passion (at various occasions) (Matthew 16:21, 17:22-23; Mark 8:32, 9:31; Luke 9:22, 9:44)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D12x2

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DescriptionCaiaphas and the priests conspiring against Christ (Matthew 26:3-5; Mark 14:1-2; Luke 22:2; John 11:47-53)
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DescriptionChrist's feet are anointed by Mary (Magdalene), the creditor and the two debtors (Luke 7:41-42)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D14x2

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Descriptionentry into Jerusalem: people spreading their clothes before Christ on the ass, and waving palm branches (Matthew 21:1-11, 21:14-16; Mark 11:1-11; Luke 19:28-40; John 12:12-19)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D15x73D151x4

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Descriptionpurification of the temple ('first' and 'second'): Christ driving the money-changers from the temple with a whip (Matthew 21:12-13; Mark 11:15-17; Luke 19:45-46; John 12:12-19), Jews ask for a sign after the purification of the temple by Christ
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DescriptionChrist washes Peter's feet
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D241x73D26x2

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Descriptionannouncement of the betrayal of Christ, and the reaction of the apostles: Judas goes out to the chief priests, betrays Christ and receives the reward (Matthew 26:14-16; Mark 14:10-11; Luke 22:4-6)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D28x1

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DescriptionChrist's prayer for his apostles (John 17:1-26)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D31211x73D3121x1

Iconclass73D31211,73D3121
Descriptionagony of Christ; three (or eleven) apostles sleeping: agony of Christ: to comfort him one or more angels appear to Christ with chalice and/or cross
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D313x73D316x2

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Descriptionthe kiss of Judas: accompanied by soldiers with torches and lanterns, he kisses Christ, the disciples forsake Christ and flee
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D321x73D33x73D325x2

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DescriptionChrist before Annas (Hanna); maybe a soldier about to strike Christ (John 18:13, 18:19-24): story of the denial of Peter (Matthew 26:58, 26:69-75; Mark 14:54, 14:66-72; Luke 22:55-62; John 18:15-18, 18:25-27), Christ brought from one judge to another
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D322x73D353x2

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DescriptionChrist before the Sanhedrin with Caiaphas as high priest, and possibly Annas; maybe a soldier about to strike Christ because he keeps silent (Matthew 26:57-66; Mark 14:53-64; Luke 22:54, 22:66-71), mockings of Christ, who may be blindfolded
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D323x73D343x2

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DescriptionChrist before Pontius Pilate (Matthew 27:11-26; Mark 15:2-15; Luke 23:2-7, 23:13-25; John 18:28 - 19:16), Judas hanging himself
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DescriptionChrist before King Herod; sometimes a gorgeous robe is brought (Luke 23:8-11), Christ brought from one judge to another
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D351x73D352x1

Iconclass73D351,73D352
Descriptionflagellation by soldiers, Christ usually tied to a column (Matthew 27:26; Mark 15:15; John 19:1): the crowning with thorns: soldiers with sticks place a thorny crown on Christ's head and give him a rod (Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:2-3)
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DescriptionPilate showing Christ to the people, 'Ostentatio Christi', 'Ecce Homo' (John 19:4-6)
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DescriptionChrist collapsing ~ carrying of the cross
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DescriptionChrist is led to Golgotha, the cross is carried by others, Simon the Cyrenian compelled to help Christ to bear the cross
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D6271x73D622x73D623x1

Iconclass73D6271,73D622,73D623
Descriptionone of the soldiers (Stephaton) gives Christ vinegar on a sponge attached to a pole or lance, soldiers throwing dice for Christ's seamless garment ~ Christ's death on the cross, bystanders, usually priests and scribes among them, insulting Christ ~ Christ on the cross
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73D712x73D71x3

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DescriptionChrist is laid down ~ descent from the cross: descent from the cross: Christ is taken down from the cross, usually by Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathaea who are standing on the ladders (both arms of Christ detached)
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73E23x73E33x73D661x2

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Descriptionangel(s) addressing the holy women ~ Resurrection of Christ, Christ appearing to the holy women, usually the three Maries, the three crosses with the crucified, without bystanders
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DescriptionPeter and/or John make sure that the tomb of Christ is empty
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DescriptionMary Magdalene kneeling before Christ, who is usually represented as a gardener with a hoe and/or a spade; 'Noli me tangere'
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DescriptionCleopas and Peter meet Christ (sometimes they are dressed as pilgrims): the supper at Emmaus: Christ is recognized while blessing or breaking the bread
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DescriptionChrist showing his wounds to the apostles
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DescriptionThomas touching or stretching out his hands to touch the wound in Christ's side, sometimes Christ leading Thomas' hand
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DescriptionChrist gives fish and bread to the apostles, when the net is full of fish, John recognizes the Lord ~ appearance of Christ at the Lake of Gennesaret
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Descriptionmission of the apostles after the Resurrection
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DescriptionChrist almost vanished: only feet visible ~ Ascension
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DescriptionJohn (writing) on the island of Patmos, possibly the eagle beside him
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DescriptionJohn (writing) on the island of Patmos, possibly the eagle beside him
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DescriptionChrist between seven golden candlesticks appears to John, who falls to the ground; a sword comes out of Christ's mouth and he holds seven stars in his hands
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DescriptionGod on his throne, surrounded by the twenty-four elders (wearing crowns and playing harps) and the four Beasts
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Descriptionthe four horsemen of the Apocalypse
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Descriptionopening of the sixth seal: a great earthquake, the sun turns black, the the moon red as blood, and the stars fall on earth; mankind hiding in caves
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G324x73G3241x73G322x9

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G325x73G3251x6

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Descriptionthe fifth of the seven angels sounds the trumpet: the falling star opens up the bottomless pit: smoke comes out, the plague of the monstrous locusts with crowns, led by Apollyon
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G326x73G3261x4

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Descriptionthe sixth of the seven angels sounds the trumpet: the four angels of destruction are released, the army of horsemen ~ the seven angels with trumpets
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G33x73G331x6

Iconclass73G33,73G331
Descriptionthe four winds are restrained by four angels, sealing of the tribes of Israel, the 144-thousand
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G34x73G341x5

Iconclass73G34,73G341
Descriptionthe mighty angel with the little open book in his hands: he is wrapped in a cloud; his legs are pillars of fire, which stand one on land and one in the sea ~ Apocalypse, John takes the little book from the angel and eats it
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G36x73G363(+0)x73G35x5

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Descriptionthe two witnesses of God (Enoch and Elijah) ~ Revelation, variant, John measuring the temple
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G411x73G412x8

Iconclass73G411,73G412
Descriptiona pregnant woman, clothed with the sun and standing on the moon, appears; she is threatened by a red dragon with a long tail and seven heads, Michael and his angels fighting against the dragon and his followers; the dragon (Devil, Satan) is cast out of heaven
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G431x6

Iconclass73G431
Descriptionthe two-horned beast out of the earth and the beast out of the sea are worshipped
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G44x73G45x6

Iconclass73G44,73G45
Descriptionadoration of the Lamb on Mount Sion by the 144-thousand ~ Apocalypse, the three angels proclaiming the day of judgement
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G46x73G462x73G463x5

Iconclass73G46,73G462,73G463
Descriptionthe Son of Man (Christ) with the sickle, an angel thrusts his sickle into the earth, and gathers the vine, the vine of the earth is cast into the wine-press of the wrath of God; blood is squeezed out
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G48x73G481x3

Iconclass73G48,73G481
Descriptionthe seven angels with the seven vials, bringing disasters and destruction upon the earth and mankind, John sees three unclean spirits like frogs coming out of the mouths of a dragon, a beast and a false prophet
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G491x9

Iconclass73G491
Descriptionthe scarlet woman, the whore of Babylon; she is usually sitting on a scarlet beast with seven heads and ten horns
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G4932x73G4933x73G4931x12

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Descriptionlament over the fall of Babylon, a mighty angel casting a great (mill)stone into the sea, an angel announces the fall of Babylon
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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G532x73G552x3

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Illustration Biblia Sacra ID 73G541x8

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Descriptionan angel with a key and a chain binds the dragon (Satan) and casts him into the pit
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Descriptionan angel shows John the New (Heavenly) Jerusalem coming down from heaven; sometimes Christ is shown leading his lambs to the city
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References

Literature references

Bruin, C.C. de 1993 p. 98 De Statenbijbel en zijn voorgangers: Nederlandse bijbelvertalingen vanaf de Reformatie tot 1637. 2nd ed. Haarlem/Brussel.

Cat. Bijbeltent. 1965 no. 17 Catalogus Bijbeltentoonstelling 1965. De Bijbel - Het Boek. Bijbeltentoonstelling georganiseerd door het Nederlandsch Bijbelgenootschap ter gelegenheid van de Nationale Boekenmarkt in het RAI-gebouw te Amsterdam van 13 tot 21 mei 1965.

Cat. Bijbeltent. 1914 no. 427, 427a Catalogus der Bijbeltentoonstelling ter gelegenheid der herdenking van het honderdjarig bestaan van het Nederlandsch Bijbelgenootschap in het Stedelijk Museum te Amsterdam. Amsterdam.

Cat. Bijbeltent. 1937 no. 25 Catalogus Bijbeltentoonstelling Statenvertaling 1637-1937. Haarlem.

Catalogus LeLong 1744 no. 44, 45 Bibliotheca selectissima, sive catalogus librorum [veilingcatalogus van de bibliotheek van Isaac le Long]. Amsterdam.

Delano-Smith, Catherine and Elizabeth Morley Ingram 1991 p. 139 [DU 1542b] Maps in Bibles 1500-1600. An Illustrated Catalogue. Genève.

Hollander, A.A. den 1997 no. 72 De Nederlandse Bijbelvertalingen/Dutch Translations of the Bible 1522-1545. Nieuwkoop.

Kronenberg, M.E. 1921 p. 253-4 "Bijbel. Antwerpen, Jacob van Liesvelt, 4 Nov. 1531. 2^o", in: Het Boek, 11, pp. 253-4.

Long, Isaac le 1764 p. 566-8 Boek-zaal der Nederduitsche bybels, geopent, in een Historische verhandelinge van de overzettinge der Heilige Schriftuure in de Nederduitsche taale. 2nd ed. Hoorn: T. Tjallingius.

Poortman, Wilco C. 1983-6 vol. I, p. 83-4 Bijbel en prent. 2 vols. 's-Gravenhage.

Reformatorica 1996 no. 53c Reformatorica. Teksten uit de geschiedenis van het Nederlandse protestantisme, onder. Red. van C. Augustijn, F.G.M. Broeyer, P. Visser en E.G.E. van der Wall. Zoetermeer.

Rosier, Bart Alexander 1992 vol. I, p. 22-3; vol. 2, p. 73-4 De Nederlandse bijbelillustratie in de zestiende eeuw: de illustraties in de bijbels gedrukt in de Nederlanden en in de Nederlandstalige bijbels gedrukt in het buitenland van 1522 tot 1599. 2 vol. Amsterdam.

Bibliographic references

BT 463, 5200 Cockx-Indestege, Elly and Geneviève Glorieux. Belgica typographica, 1541-1600. 4 vol. Nieuwkoop, 1968-94.

STCD 23 Johnson, Alfred Forbes and Victor Scholderer. Short-title catalogue of books printed in the Netherlands and Belgium and of Dutch and Flemish books printed in other countries from 1470 to 1600 now in the British Museum. London, 1965.

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(vol.1 p.#1v)
Aenghesien dat die ongeleertheyt ende simpelheyt van veel
menschen, den text der heyligher scriftueren des ouden Testaments, seer cleyn
achten, ende als niet daer af en houden, meynende dat alsulcken scriftuere alleen
den Joden gegheven si, ende ons niet aen en gae, ende dat het oude Testament
heel uut ende te nyeute si, ende dattet alleen nyet dan voor slechte geschiedenissen ende
historien te verstaen en is. Nyet teghenstaende dat ons Cristus geheelijc daer
door bewesen ende belooft wort, Ende dat oude Testament is ons als die wendel
doecken daer Cristus in gewonden leyt, ende daer wi hem ooc in vinden sullen, also
ons Cristus oock selve betuycht, Joannis int .v. seggende. Ondersoeckt die scriftuere, want die selve
geeft getuygenisse van mi, ende Paulus gebiet Timotheum, dat hi niet en soude laten, mer daghelicx dye
scriftuere ondersoecken ende lesen. Ooc totten Romeynen int eerste. Dat Evangelium is van God inder scriftueren belooft, Ende dat Cristus na inhout der scriftueren is geboren vanden sade Davids, Ende
in die eerste Epistel totten Corinthen int .xv. seyt Paulus, dat hy is gestorven, ende opgeresen vander
doot, Desgelicx so wijset ons oock Petrus in sine Epistelen totter scriftueren. Waer door si ons alle
wijsen ende leeren, dat die scriftuere des ouden Testaments niet te verachten en is, Mer dat wi die met al-
der neersticheyt aen nemen sullen. Aengesien dattet dat nyeuwe Testament so crachtelijc bevesticht, ende
die Apostelen hebben haer predicatie daer mede moeten beschermen, als oock sinte Steven die eerste
martelaer des nyeuwen Testaments Cristum bewees, door dat oude Testament, gelijct blijct int werck
der Apostolen int .vij. Capittel, ende int .xvij. des selven scrijft die Evangelist sinte Lucas, dat die van Thessalonica daghelicx ondersochten die scriftuere, oft si alsoo inhielt als Paulus predicte, ende dat is
kenlick ende seker dat het die scriftuere des ouden Testaments was, want dat nieuwe noch nyet bescre
ven en was, ende dat nyeuwe moeste ooc door dat oude bevestighet worden, daerom en sullen alle Cristen menschen dat oude Testament van gheender minder weerden houden, dat dat nyeuwe. Ende dat nyeu
we Testament en is anders niet dan een vervullinge des ouden Testaments, ende een claer vercon
dinge, ende predicatie, hoe dat die hooge beloften des alderhoochsten, onser salichmakingen, ons nu ge
geven sijn, ende dat door Cristum, die welcke ons vander genaden ende goedertierenheyt des vaders
in menigerley sproken des ouden Testaments belooft was. Daerom salmen die heylighe scrif-
tuere, beyde des Ouden ende des nyeuwen Testaments, houden ende hebben voor dat alder
hoochste heylichdom, ende aldercostelicste fonteyne ende meesten rijcdom, die nemmer-
neer uut gheput en mach worden, op dat ghi dye Godlijcke wijsheyt vinden mo-
ghet, dye welcke God ons inder scriftueren tot veel plaetsen so slechtelic voor
leyt. Ende weet sekerlick ende vast, dat dit boeck des ouden Testaments, een
vast wetboeck is, dat welcke leert watmen doen ende laten sal. Ende dat
nyeuwe Testament een Evangelium ende ghenaden boeck is, ende
ons leert ende wijst, hoe wy die wet ende dye gheboden
Gods onderhouden, ende vervullen sullen. Ende
dit is oock die principael ende nootelicxste
sake, waerom dit boeck te lesen ende
met ootmoedigher herten
te ondersoecken is, op
dat wi God leeren
vreesen,
liefliebben, ende betrouwen
Dat welcke ons gonne, die Va-
der dye sone, die heylighe
Geest. Amen.

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