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Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Saint John of the Cross, (1542-1591). Spanish mystic. The A

Saint John of the Cross, (1542-1591). Spanish mystic. The Ascent of Mount Carmel. It was composed between 1581-1585. Engraving. Edition of 1694, Madrid

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: GASCO, Juan (16th century). Holy Face. c. 1513

GASCO, Juan (16th century). Holy Face. c. 1513. Gothic art. Tempera on wood. SPAIN. Vic. Vic Episcopal Museum. Proc: SPAIN. Vic. Cathedral

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: John Law (1671 1729). Scottish economist. Dutch satirical

John Law (1671 1729). Scottish economist. Dutch satirical
John Law (16711729). Scottish economist. He was appointed Controller General of Finances of France under King Louis XV. In 1716 Law established the Banque Ge?ne?rale in France, a private bank

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Catalan school. Painting on wood. Romanesque

Catalan school. Painting on wood. Romanesque art. Painting. SPAIN. Vic. Vic Episcopal Museum

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Catalan pharmacy pot (17th-18th c. ). Ceramics

Catalan pharmacy pot (17th-18th c. ). Ceramics
Catalan pharmacy pot (17th-18th c.). Ceramics. SPAIN. Vic. Vic Episcopal Museum

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Lithographic Plate of Arms

Lithographic Plate of Arms
A lithographic plate produced by Day and Sons, showing the arms of the Archiepiscopal See of York, together with those of the Episcopal See of Manchester

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: 1st Century BC 2nd AD Ancient Age Romans Andalusia

1st Century BC 2nd AD Ancient Age Romans Andalusia
1st, century, BC, 2nd, AD, ancient, age, romans, Andalusia, andalusian, art, Barcelona, province, Carmona, Catalonia, death, Episcopal, Museum, funerary, Hispania, Baetica, history, interior, lead

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Gothic. Altarpiece of Saint Mary Magdalene from Perella. By

Gothic. Altarpiece of Saint Mary Magdalene from Perella. By Bernat Martorell. Barcelona. Tempera on Wood. 1437-1452. From the Church of Santa Magdalena in Perella, Sant Joan de les Abadesses

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: The Descent from the Cross from Erill la Vall. 12th century

The Descent from the Cross from Erill la Vall. 12th century
Romanesque art. Spain. The Descent from the Cross. Detail. Face. 12th century. Poplar and walnut wood with traces of polychromy. From the church of Santa Eulalia in Erill la Vall

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: The city of Alexandria. Liber chronicarum. 15th century. Col

The city of Alexandria. Liber chronicarum. 15th century. Col
Liber chronicarum by Hartmann Schedel. The city of Alexandria. 15th century. Latin edition. Colored engraving. Episcopal Library. Barcelona. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Engraving depicting the city of Alexandria. Liber chronicaru

Engraving depicting the city of Alexandria. Liber chronicaru
Liber chronicarum by Hartmann Schedel. Engraving depicting the city of Alexandria. 15th century. Latin edition. Episcopal Library. Barcelona. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Whitefield Methodist Episcopal Church, Sioux City, Iowa, USA Date: circa 1920

Whitefield Methodist Episcopal Church, Sioux City, Iowa, USA Date: circa 1920

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Shells and seaweed on the shore

Shells and seaweed on the shore
Sea snail, Haustellum haustellum 1, black and white cone, Conus ebraeus 2, Episcopal miter, Mitra mitra 3, dog conch, Laevistrombus canarium 4, limpet, Patella scutellaris 5, and rosy razor clam

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Old St Pauls Episcopal Church, Norfolk, Virginia, USA

Old St Pauls Episcopal Church, Norfolk, Virginia, USA, showing a cannon ball embedded in the wall, which was fired by the Royal Governor, Lord Dunmore

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Monrovia - Liberia - Principal sights

Monrovia - Liberia - Principal sights
Monrovia - Liberia - The principal sights: The Protestant Episcopal Church, the Methodist Episcopal Church, the Post Office, The Presidents Official Residence

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Scottish rebel against English Prayer Book

Scottish rebel against English Prayer Book
The congregation rise up against the imposition of the Scottish Episcopal Book of Common Prayer as demanded by King Charles I and Archbishop Laud

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Gerusalemme Liberata (Jerusalem Delivered), 1581, by Torquat

Gerusalemme Liberata (Jerusalem Delivered), 1581, by Torquat
Torquato Tasso (1544-1595). Italian poet. Gerusalemme Liberata (Jerusalem Delivered), 1581. Epic poem. Chant I. Printed in Venice, 1788

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: 17th century 1667 animal athanasius kircher barroque

17th century 1667 animal athanasius kircher barroque
17th, century, 1667, animal, athanasius, kircher, barroque, botany, china, monumentis, engraving, episcopal, library, europe, german, germany, illustration, jesuit, kirchner, literature, modern, age

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Roman period. Small jar for ointments. Lacrymatory. Glass. F

Roman period. Small jar for ointments. Lacrymatory. Glass. F
Roman period. Small jar for ointments. Lacrymatory. Blown glass. From Augusta Emerita (Merida). Extremadura. 1st century AD. Episcopal Museum. Vic. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Gothic Virgin Mary with Divine Infant. Wood carving made in

Gothic Virgin Mary with Divine Infant. Wood carving made in
Gothic Virgin. Virgin Mary with Divine Infant. Wood carving made in 14th century. Episcopal Museum of Vic. Catalonia

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Altarpiece of Bellver de Cerdanya. Painted wood. 14th C. by

Altarpiece of Bellver de Cerdanya. Painted wood. 14th C. by workshop of Seu D Urgell. Episcopal Museum. Vic. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Romanesque Art. Catalonia. Altar frontal from the Virgin

Romanesque Art. Catalonia. Altar frontal from the Virgin and Child with fleur-de-lis in El Coll. Last quarter of the 12th century. Tempera on poplar wood

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Jaume Ferrer I. 15th c. Catalan Gothic painter. Last Supper

Jaume Ferrer I. 15th c. Catalan Gothic painter. Last Supper
Gothic art. Spain. Jaume Ferrer I. 15th c. Catalan Gothic painter. Last Supper. C 1450. From Lleida. Diocesan and regional Museum of Solsona. Catalonia

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Complutensian Polyglot Bible by Cisneros. Page of Genesis. E

Complutensian Polyglot Bible by Cisneros. Page of Genesis. E
Complutensian Polyglot Bible. Is the name given to the first printed polyglot ot the entire Bible, initiated and financed by spanish Cardinal Francisco Jimenez de Cisneros (1436-1517)

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Roman Empire. Spain. White glass bowl. From a tomb of Vic. D

Roman Empire. Spain. White glass bowl. From a tomb of Vic. Dated between 2nd-3rd century AD. Episcopal Museum of Vic. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Mercury. Roman god of trade. (identified as the Greek Hermes

Mercury. Roman god of trade. (identified as the Greek Hermes). Bronze statuette. From the Ribes Valley, Ripoll?s. Episcopal Museum. Vic. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: John Law (1671 A?i? 1729). Scottish economist. Dutch satiri

John Law (1671 A?i? 1729). Scottish economist. Dutch satiri
John Law (1671A?i?1729). Scottish economist. He was appointed Controller General of Finances of France under King Louis XV. In 1716 Law established the Banque G?n?rale in France, a private bank

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Roman antefix. Terracotta. Goddess Diana. From Tarragona. 1s

Roman antefix. Terracotta. Goddess Diana. From Tarragona. 1s
Roman antefix. Terracotta. Figure of god Diana. From Tarragona. 1st century. Episcopal Museum of Vic. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Roman rings. Gold, malachite and emerald. From Empuries. Cat

Roman rings. Gold, malachite and emerald. From Empuries. Cat
Roman rings. The small (gold and malachite). The big (gold and emerald). From Empuries. Catalonia. Episcopal Museum. Vic. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Prehistory. Metal Age. 1st Iron Age. Bronze axes and bronze

Prehistory. Metal Age. 1st Iron Age. Bronze axes and bronze spear head. From Ripoll, Catalonia. Episcopal Museum of Vic. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Prehistory. Bronze Age. Vessel. Bell Beaker. From Aiguafreda

Prehistory. Bronze Age. Vessel. Bell Beaker. From Aiguafreda
Prehistory. Bronze Age. Vessel. Bell Beaker. Iberian Peninsula. From Aiguafreda, Catalonia. Episcopal Museum. Vic. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Romanesque Art. Catalonia. Espinelves. Frontal altar from Sa

Romanesque Art. Catalonia. Espinelves. Frontal altar from Saint Vincent. Anonymous. Around 1187. Tempera on wood. The Adoration of the Magi: Melchior, Caspar and Balthasar. Episcopal Museum. VIc

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Romanesque. Spain. Catalonia. Puigbo. Altar frontal from St

Romanesque. Spain. Catalonia. Puigbo. Altar frontal from St
Romanesque art. Catalonia. Puigbo. Altar frontal from St. Martins church. Anonymous. Christ the Saviour and scenes from the life of Saint Martin, bishop of Tours. Last quarter of 12th century

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: The Nuremberg Chronicle (Liber Chronicarum) by Hartmann Sche

The Nuremberg Chronicle (Liber Chronicarum) by Hartmann Schedel. 1493. IllustratorMichael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. Language: Latin, German. Engraving

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Athanasius Kircher (1601 / 16021680). German Jesuit scholar C

Athanasius Kircher (1601 / 16021680). German Jesuit scholar C
Athanasius Kircher (1601/16021680) (sometimes erroneously spelled Kirchner). German Jesuit scholar. China Monumentis, qua sacris qua profanis, 1667. Tea Plant

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Laberinto de Fortuna (Labyrinh of Fortunes), by Juan de Mena

Laberinto de Fortuna (Labyrinh of Fortunes), by Juan de Mena
Juan de Mena (1411-1456). Spanish poet. Labyrinth of Fortune, or The Three Hundred, 1444. Edition in 1566, Alcala de Hernares. Poem CXXXVI

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Juan Alvaro Zapata (1552-1623). Spanish Cistercian monk. Vi

Juan Alvaro Zapata (1552-1623). Spanish Cistercian monk. Vi
Juan Alvaro Zapata (1552-1623). Spanish Cistercian monk. Abbot of Veruela. Vida, Penitencia i Milagros de Nuestra Gloriosisimo Padre San Bernardo. Edition of Zaragoza, 1595. Episcopal Library

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Roman weight for a loom. From Alcolea del Rio, Andalusia

Roman weight for a loom. From Alcolea del Rio, Andalusia
Weight for a loom. Roman age. From Alcolea del Rio, Andalusia. Episcopal Museum. Vic. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Censer. From Sant Feliu of Lledo. 6th-7th centuries

Censer. From Sant Feliu of Lledo. 6th-7th centuries
Censer. Anonymous. Coptic Egypt or Constantinopla or Syria. 6th-7th centuries. From Saint Feliu of Lledo (Girona Province, Catalonia). Bronze. Episcopal Museum. Vic. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Visigothic buckle of copper. Probably from Burgos

Visigothic buckle of copper. Probably from Burgos
Visigothic buckle of copper. Decorated with floral motifs and a radiated wheel in the center. Probably from Burgos (Castile and Leon). Episcopal Museum of Vic. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Methodist Episcopal High School, Rangoon, Burma

Methodist Episcopal High School, Rangoon, Burma. Date: circa 1910

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: English Cathedrals - St Asaphs Cathedral

English Cathedrals - St Asaphs Cathedral - Cathedral - Tomb with railings in (foreground). Part of Box 144 Boswell Collection - English Cathedrals St Asaph Cathedral (Welsh)

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: English Cathedrals - St Asaph - Arches in the Nave

English Cathedrals - St Asaph - Arches in the Nave - Through Tall Arches. Part of Box 144 Boswell Collection - English Cathedrals.St Asaph Cathedral (Welsh)

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Gerusalemme Liberata (Jerusalem Delivered), 1581, by Torquat

Gerusalemme Liberata (Jerusalem Delivered), 1581, by Torquat
Torquato Tasso (1544-1595). Italian poet. Gerusalemme Liberata (Jerusalem Delivered), 1581. Epic poem. Chant I. Printed in Venice, 1788. Colored

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Roman mosaic. Fragment. Womans face. From roman villa of la

Roman mosaic. Fragment. Womans face. From roman villa of la
Roman mosaic. Fragment. Womans face. From the Roman Villa of Can Tarres, La Garriga. Severan Period. 3rd century AD. Opus Tessellatum. Episcopal Museum. Vic. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Greek art. 5th century BC. Classic period. Stamnos. Red figu

Greek art. 5th century BC. Classic period. Stamnos. Red figures. From Bari (Italy). Satyr and maenad playing a aulos. Episcopal Museum of Vic. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Gilded silver chalices. 15th century. Diocesan Museum. Calat

Gilded silver chalices. 15th century. Diocesan Museum. Calatayud. Aragon. Spain

Background imageEpiscopal Collection: Statuette of Mars, god of war. Roman. Bronze. From Rome. 2nd

Statuette of Mars, god of war. Roman. Bronze. From Rome. 2nd-3rd century. Episcopal Museum of Vic. Catalonia. Spain



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