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Reliquary Collection

Background imageReliquary Collection: Paris, France - La Sainte Chapelle

Paris, France - La Sainte Chapelle. Date: 19th century

Background imageReliquary Collection: The Column of Flagellation at the Basilica di Santa Prassede

The Column of Flagellation at the Basilica di Santa Prassede
The Column of Flagellation in the San Zeno Chapel at the Basilica di Santa Prassede in Rome, Italy. Allegedly the column upon which Jesus Christ was flogged in his final years

Background imageReliquary Collection: 12th Century 1200 Angel Angels Archbishop Art

12th Century 1200 Angel Angels Archbishop Art
12th, Century, 1200, Angel, angels, Archbishop, Art, assailant, Becket, british, Canterbury, carry, carrying, Catharijneconvent, Museum, Cross, dead, death, Detail, England, english, Europe

Background imageReliquary Collection: Thomas Becket's reliquary. France, ca. 1200

Thomas Becket's reliquary. France, ca. 1200
Reliquary of Thomas Becket (ca. 1118-1170). France, ca. 1200. Scenes depicting the dead of Thomas Becket and angels carrying the soul of the martir. Catharijneconvent Museum. Utrecht. Netherlands

Background imageReliquary Collection: Paris, France - Invalides, Tombeau de Napoleon II

Paris, France - Invalides, Tombeau de Napoleon II, son of Napoleon Bonaparte. Date: circa 1855

Background imageReliquary Collection: Paris, France - Invalides, Tombeau de Napoleon

Paris, France - Invalides, Tombeau de Napoleon. 1853

Background imageReliquary Collection: Interior of Meoken - Do Pagoda, Japan

Interior of Meoken - Do Pagoda, Japan
The interior of the Meoken - Do Pagoda located in Nagasaki, Japan. Pagodas were originally used as reliquaries (a container for relics) and are typically used by Buddhists

Background imageReliquary Collection: Breton Pardon, Brittany, Northern France

Breton Pardon, Brittany, Northern France
People taking part in the traditional Breton Pardon, Brittany, Northern France. It involves a procession through the streets on a saints day, carrying a statue and reliquary of the patron saint. 1922

Background imageReliquary Collection: The Loan Collection Exhibition - South Kensington: (left to right from top

The Loan Collection Exhibition - South Kensington: (left to right from top) Largest Known Pearl, Silver Flask, Silver-gilt Spoon, Coffret in Gilt Metal, Silerv-gilt Reliquary, Double-bulbed Cup

Background imageReliquary Collection: Buddhas Tooth and Golden Casket - Kandy, Sri Lanka

Buddhas Tooth and Golden Casket - Kandy, Sri Lanka
Buddhas Tooth and Golden Casket - housed at the Sri Dalada Maligawa (Temple of the Tooth) Kandy, Sri Lanka Date: circa 1909

Background imageReliquary Collection: Statue-reliquary of Sainte Foy

Statue-reliquary of Sainte Foy. Gold and precious stones. FRANCE. Conques. glise abbatiale de Sainte Foy (Abbey

Background imageReliquary Collection: Charlemagnes Chess set from the 14th century. Museum at Ron

Charlemagnes Chess set from the 14th century. Museum at Ron
Charlemagnes Chess set from the 14th century. Stamps of Montpellier. Museum at Roncesvalles. Navarre. Spain

Background imageReliquary Collection: Charlemagne (742-814). Reliquary bust. Aachen Treasury Cathe

Charlemagne (742-814). Reliquary bust. Aachen Treasury Cathe
Charlemagne (742-814). King of the Franks (768-814) the Lombards (774-814) and emperor of the Romans (800-814). : Reliquary bust

Background imageReliquary Collection: Italy. Rome. Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran. Interior

Italy. Rome. Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran. Interior
Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran. Interior, rebuilt by Francesco Borromini (1599-1667). 1646-1649. Papal Altar with a reliquary with the heads of Saints Peter and Paul. The canopy are gothic. Rome

Background imageReliquary Collection: The Roskilde Cross. C. 1100. Denmark

The Roskilde Cross. C. 1100. Denmark
The Roskilde Cross. C.1100. Byzantine reliquary cross of gold. Contains a splinter of the Holy Cross. Found in the rood arch crucifix of Roskilde Cathedral. National Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageReliquary Collection: Relic of St. Andrews head on a silver carved teak. Patras

Relic of St. Andrews head on a silver carved teak. Patras
Relic of St. Andrews head on a silver carved teak. Preserved in the interior of the church of Agios Andreas (Saint Andrew). Patras. Greece

Background imageReliquary Collection: Byzantine Art. Spain. 14th century. Reliquary of the Holy De

Byzantine Art. Spain. 14th century. Reliquary of the Holy Despots. Dated in 1370. Encaustic and embossed silver. School of Mount Athos. Diocesan Museum of Cuenca. Castilla-La Mancha

Background imageReliquary Collection: Figure of the reliquary Bwete or Bwitti (Gabon)

Figure of the reliquary Bwete or Bwitti (Gabon). The Mahongwe practice an ancestor cult (bwiti or bwete) that was at the center of a system of beliefs and rites

Background imageReliquary Collection: Reliquary Guardian Figure (ethnicity Kota or Bakota

Reliquary Guardian Figure (ethnicity Kota or Bakota, Fang). They protect the relics of the ancestors and are helpful to communicate with their gods and to curse their wives in case of infidelity

Background imageReliquary Collection: Paris, France - Notre-Dame and Archbishops Palace

Paris, France - Notre-Dame and Archbishops Palace. Date: 1650

Background imageReliquary Collection: Palma, Mallorca - Golden Monstrance in the Cathedral Sa Seu

Palma, Mallorca - Golden Monstrance in the Cathedral Sa Seu
Palma, Mallorca, Spain - The solid Golden Monstrance at the Cathedral Sa Seu (built in 1299). A monstrance, also known as ostensorium, is the vessel used in Roman Catholic

Background imageReliquary Collection: MENA, Alonso de (1587-1646). Reliquary-altarpice

MENA, Alonso de (1587-1646). Reliquary-altarpice of the Royal Chapel. ca. 1623. SPAIN. Granada. Royal Chapel. Detail of the pedestal with the portraits of Charles V and Isabel of Portugal

Background imageReliquary Collection: Two thorns from the Crown of Thorns

Two thorns from the Crown of Thorns, worn by Jesus. Displayed in a reliquary at Santa Croce (Church of the Holy Cross of Jerusalem) in Rome, Italy. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageReliquary Collection: Rooster. Detail of ostensory. Gothic. 14th century. Silver a

Rooster. Detail of ostensory. Gothic. 14th century. Silver and gold. Treasure. Cathedral of Barcelona. Catalonia. Spain. Detail

Background imageReliquary Collection: Ostensory. Gothic. 14th century. Silver and gold. Treasure

Ostensory. Gothic. 14th century. Silver and gold. Treasure. Cathedral of Barcelona. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageReliquary Collection: Gothic Holy Sepulcher reliquary. French silversmith piece

Gothic Holy Sepulcher reliquary. French silversmith piece, 1284-1305. Cathedral of Pamplona. Navarre. Spain

Background imageReliquary Collection: Procession of Relics - Myanmar

Procession of Relics - Myanmar - March, 1910. Date: 1910

Background imageReliquary Collection: Reliquary arm of St. Tecla. 18th c. Silver. By Francesc Pint

Reliquary arm of St. Tecla. 18th c. Silver. By Francesc Pint
Reliquary arm of Saint Tecla. 18th century. Silver. By Francesc Pinto. Cathedral Treasury. Tarragona. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageReliquary Collection: Reliquary casket of Saint Cucuphas. Wooden gilded silver. 14

Reliquary casket of Saint Cucuphas. Wooden gilded silver. 14th Century. Detail. Saint Cucuphas martyred over a grill before Maximian. Ca. 1303. From Church of Monestir of St. Cugat. Diocesan Museum

Background imageReliquary Collection: Polychromed wooden reliquary. Container relics of saints. Di

Polychromed wooden reliquary. Container relics of saints. Di
Polychromed wooden reliquary. Container relics of san Ermengol and San Lazaro. From Sant Esteve de Pelagalls church. Diocesan Museum. La Seu d Urgell. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageReliquary Collection: Byzantine sarcophagus-shaped reliquary. 5th-6th centuries AD

Byzantine sarcophagus-shaped reliquary. 5th-6th centuries AD
Byzantine Empire. Sarcophagus-shaped reliquary. 5th-6th centuries AD. Gypsum. From Apamea, Syria. Neues Museum (New Museum). Berlin. Germany

Background imageReliquary Collection: A copy of a reliquary made in Scandinavia at the end of the

A copy of a reliquary made in Scandinavia at the end of the
Copy of a reliquary made in Scandinavia at the end of the 10th cent. The wooden casket was clad with elk horn and gilt-bronze bands. The form imitated a Viking house

Background imageReliquary Collection: Spain. Catalonia. Santa Coloma de Queralt. Bust reliquary of

Spain. Catalonia. Santa Coloma de Queralt. Bust reliquary of St. Coloma. By Josep Albarado (1778), master silversmith. Painted silver. Contains the relics of St. Coloma. Neoclassicism

Background imageReliquary Collection: Reliquary. 10th century. Spain

Reliquary. 10th century. Spain
Reliquary in alabaster with inscriptions in Carolingians characters. 10th century. From Santa Maria de Lillet (Catalonia). Museum of Manresa. Spain

Background imageReliquary Collection: Venetian Reliquary 15C

Venetian Reliquary 15C
An Italian reliquary, probably Venetian. Date: late 15th century

Background imageReliquary Collection: Reliquary

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

Background imageReliquary Collection: Pedestal

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

Background imageReliquary Collection: Reliquary in gold-plated silver from the first

Reliquary in gold-plated silver from the first half of the 15th century.. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes

Background imageReliquary Collection: Reliquary in the form of a bust of a young

Reliquary in the form of a bust of a young woman from the 14th century.. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes, Artworks

Background imageReliquary Collection: Illuminated alphabet, gold chalice, golden

Illuminated alphabet, gold chalice, golden reliquary, and wood-carvings from the choir.. Chalice from the Cathedral de Sens, reliquary from the Cathedral of Reims

Background imageReliquary Collection: Reliquary Guardian Figure (ethnicity Kota, Fang)

Reliquary Guardian Figure (ethnicity Kota, Fang). They protect the relics of the ancestors and are helpful to communicate with their gods and to curse their wives in case of infidelity. African art

Background imageReliquary Collection: Paris, France - La Sainte Chapelle, The Crypt

Paris, France - La Sainte Chapelle, The Crypt. Date: 19th century

Background imageReliquary Collection: Paris, France - Eglise Saint-Etienne du Mont

Paris, France - Eglise Saint-Etienne du Mont. Date: circa 1900

Background imageReliquary Collection: Paris, France - Notre-Dame

Paris, France - Notre-Dame. Date: 19th century

Background imageReliquary Collection: MENA, Alonso de (1587-1646). Altarpice-Reliquary

MENA, Alonso de (1587-1646). Altarpice-Reliquary of the Royal Chapel of Granada. 1630 - 1632. Detail from the base, with a portrait of Philip the Handsome and Joanna the Mad. Wood golden relief

Background imageReliquary Collection: Arm Reliquary of Saint Georges. 14th c. Silver

Arm Reliquary of Saint Georges. 14th c. Silver. Gothic art. Jewelry. FRANCE. Conques. ɧ lise abbatiale de Sainte Foy (Abbey Church of St. Foy)

Background imageReliquary Collection: Reliquary of Charlemagne

Reliquary of Charlemagne. Made in gold, enamel and preicous stones. GERMANY. Aachen. Cathedral. Gothic art. Jewelry

Background imageReliquary Collection: Part of the Inscription from the True Cross

Part of the Inscription from the True Cross
Reliquary containing part of the Inscription from the True Cross - from Santa Croce (Church of the Holy Cross of Jerusalem) in Rome, Italy. Date: circa 1910s



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