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Gospels Collection

Background imageGospels Collection: Ms - Lindisfarne Gospel

Ms - Lindisfarne Gospel
Illumination from the Lindisfarne Gospels or Gospels of Saint Cuthbert (page facing the Gospel of Saint John)

Background imageGospels Collection: AQUINAS, Thomas, Saint (1225-1274)

AQUINAS, Thomas, Saint (1225-1274). First page of Commentaries on the Gospels by Saint Thomas Aquinas. Incunabulum. Miniature

Background imageGospels Collection: Emblems of the Evangelists and The Passion. The symbols of the four Evangelists

Emblems of the Evangelists and The Passion. The symbols of the four Evangelists are here depicted in the Book of Kells. The four winged creatures symbolize, clockwise from top left, Matthew, Mark

Background imageGospels Collection: The Descent From The Cross

The Descent From The Cross
This oil painting is a biblical depiction of the Deposition of Christ, inspired from the Gospels accounts of Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus taking Christ down from the cross after his crucifixion

Background imageGospels Collection: Pink flowers with blue and gold cross on an Easter card

Pink flowers with blue and gold cross on an Easter card
Pink flowers and red berries with a blue and gold cross on an Easter card, with a Biblical quotation. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageGospels Collection: National Temperance League 1858

National Temperance League 1858
Rev. Robert Maguire preaching the Gospel in front of the Clerkenwell Sessions House on Clerkenwell Green, London. Date: 1858

Background imageGospels Collection: Fragment from a Gospel of St John

Fragment from a Gospel of St John, in the Evangelienbuch (Book of the Gospels) of Charlemagne, written in Latin. It opens, In the beginning was the word.... Date: late 8th century

Background imageGospels Collection: The Gospels of Henry the Lion

The Gospels of Henry the Lion
The cover of the Gospels of Henry the Lion, Order of Saint Benedict, produced in Prague in 1594. Henry the Lion (Heinrich der Lowe; 11291195) was a member of the Welf dynasty and Duke of Saxony

Background imageGospels Collection: Lorsch Gospels (Codex Aureus Laurensius). 778

Lorsch Gospels (Codex Aureus Laurensius). 778 - 820. Gospels written by the court scriptorium of Charlemagne and compiled in 830 in the Lorsch Abbey. Image of Christ in Majesty (Maiestas Domini)

Background imageGospels Collection: People at the well, Cana, Galilee, Northern Israel

People at the well, Cana, Galilee, Northern Israel
People collecting water at the well in Cana, Galilee, Northern Israel. According to biblical legend, it was in Cana that Jesus turned water into wine at a wedding feast -- his first miracle

Background imageGospels Collection: Cartoon, King Ferdinand of Bulgaria and Judas, WW1

Cartoon, King Ferdinand of Bulgaria and Judas, WW1
Cartoon, King Ferdinand of Bulgaria and Judas, both seen as betrayers. Judas hanged himself in remorse after betraying Christ, and he now offers Ferdinand a rope for him to do the same. Date: 1915

Background imageGospels Collection: Saint Nicholas ( 270 A?i?343). Anonymous work, 18th century

Saint Nicholas ( 270 A?i?343). Anonymous work, 18th century
Saint Nicholas ( 270 A?i?343) or Nikolaos of Myra. Saint and Bishop of Myra (modern Turkey). Nikolaos holding teh Gospels, with the other hand, bless. Anonymous work, 18th century

Background imageGospels Collection: The Penitent Magdalene, 1576-1577, by El Greco

The Penitent Magdalene, 1576-1577, by El Greco
El Greco (1541-1614). Cretan painter. The Penitent Magdalene, 1576-1577. Detail. Museum of Fine Arts. Budapest. Hungary

Background imageGospels Collection: Saint Helena, mother of Constantine the Great

Saint Helena, mother of Constantine the Great.. Chromolithograph from Jakob Heinrich von Hefner-Altenecks Costumes, Artworks and Appliances from the Middle Ages to the 17th Century, Frankfurt, 1889

Background imageGospels Collection: Ivory figures

Ivory figures.. Chromolithograph from Jakob Heinrich von Hefner-Altenecks Costumes, Artworks and Appliances from the Middle Ages to the 17th Century, Frankfurt, 1889

Background imageGospels Collection: Elevation of the Sacred Host. Illustration on Gospels

Elevation of the Sacred Host. Illustration on Gospels of Paris to use of Charles, Duke of Angouleme. Early 16th century. French School

Background imageGospels Collection: Elevation of the Sacred Host. Page on Gospels of

Elevation of the Sacred Host. Page on Gospels of Paris to use of Charles, Duke of Angouleme. Early 16th century. French School

Background imageGospels Collection: Cover of Saint Isabels bible, 13th century. Late

Cover of Saint Isabels bible, 13th century. Late Byzantine art. Jewelry. ITALY. FRIULI-VENEZIA GIULIA. UDINE. Cividale del Friuli. Archaeological Museum

Background imageGospels Collection: Greek church window, Nazareth, Northern Israel

Greek church window, Nazareth, Northern Israel
A window of the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation (the Church of St Gabriel, St Gabriels Greek Orthodox Church), Nazareth, Northern Israel

Background imageGospels Collection: Women at Marys Well, Nazareth, Northern Israel

Women at Marys Well, Nazareth, Northern Israel
Women at Marys Well in the city of Nazareth, Northern Israel. It is reputed to be where the Angel Gabriel appeared to Mary (the Annunciation). Date: 1920s

Background imageGospels Collection: Mount Precipice, Nazareth, Northern Israel

Mount Precipice, Nazareth, Northern Israel
Mount Precipice (Mount of Precipitation, Mount of the Leap of the Lord and Mount Kedumim), Nazareth, Northern Israel. According to biblical legend

Background imageGospels Collection: Church of the Transfiguration, Mount Tabor, Israel

Church of the Transfiguration, Mount Tabor, Israel
Church of the Transfiguration, Mount Tabor, Lower Galilee, Israel. It is a Roman Catholic church, completed in 1924, on the site where the Transfiguration of Christ is believed to have taken place

Background imageGospels Collection: Mark the Evangelist, writing his gospel

Mark the Evangelist, writing his gospel 18th century

Background imageGospels Collection: Mark the Evangelist and the lion

Mark the Evangelist and the lion
Mark the Evangelist, writing his Gospel pictured with a winged lion, which was to become not only his symbol, but the symbol of the City of Venice. circa 18th century

Background imageGospels Collection: Father I have sinned against Heaven and in thy sight

Father I have sinned against Heaven and in thy sight
Luke - Chapter 15 - The Parable of the Lost Son: " And the son said unto him, Father, I have sinned against heaven, and in thy sight

Background imageGospels Collection: St Matthew

St Matthew
Saint Matthew the Evangelist circa 18th century

Background imageGospels Collection: Manuscript / Lectionary

Manuscript / Lectionary
page from a French lectionary in Latin, containing the daily Gospels throughout the year


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