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Genesis.

Genesis.

At the opening of Apocalypse, historiated initial by Hand I of John, as if asleep in his vision of Christ with the two-edged sword in his mouth. Note in blue ink for locating prologue.

Trinity.

Trinity.

Crucifixion, including Longinus and the Centurion of Capernaum, against a red and gold tesselated background; small cross in the lower margin.

Crucifixion, including Longinus and the Centurion of Capernaum, against a red and gold tesselated background; small cross in the lower margin.

Miniature. New hand? Small initials and placemarkers.

K. Avx Covstavlx. stamped into front cover along with image of the Crucifixion.

The Betrayal of Christ

Explicit of text, hand 2, woodcuts (Christ exhibiting the marks of the crucifixion; Assumption of the Virgin; St. Simon), initials and rubrics.

Crucifixion with Four Angels

Change of hands: hand 1 on f. 9v, hand 2 on f. 10. Initials, rubrics, placemarkers. 1 woodcut on f. 9v, of Christ nailed to the Cross. 3 woodcuts on f. 10 (St. Paul; Guardian Angels; St. Catherine)

Christ's Entry into Jerusalem

Christ in Limbo

Crucifixion

St. John and the snaky chalice; John consecrating the host at the celebration of mass; and John rising from a tomb full of manna.

Eighth vision: Christ tells John that he is Alpha and Omega; John returns to Ephesus; the raising of Drusiana. (Apoc. 22:13-21)

Eighth vision: John hears the vast throng shouting; Christ in Majesty with four beasts, angels and elders; wedding feast laid out on a table, on which the Lamb stands. (Apoc. 19:1-8)

Seventh vision: the first resurrection of those who had been beheaded for the sake of God; the judges seated on a throne; one thousand years later, the final defeat of Satan and the armies of Gog and Magog. (Apoc. 20:4-10)

Crucifixion

Miniature of mass with Christ and instruments of crucifixion. Border design.

Miniature of Resurrection, initial, French text.

Miniature of Christ, book name at top of page.

Miniature of the Crucifixion, and border decoration.

Miniature of Christ and the Resurrection of the dead. Border design.

Opening of text, large initial, miniature of Resurrection with instruments of crucifixion, border design with grotesque and bird.

Leaf with historiated initial of the Resurrection

Christ Appearing to Mary Magdalene

The Crucifixion

The Crucifixion

Miniature of Christ, rubric, small initial, note of owner A.A. Smets in upper right corner.

Portrait of praying owners, with coat of arms displayed on the altar cloth; image of the giant St. Christopher carrying the Christ Child across the river.

Arrest of Christ

Miniature of Christ descending into Hell, with border design.

Miniature of Crucifixion and facing text page with historiated initial of the Man of Sorrows

Miniature of Resurrection, with border design.

Crucifixion [from the Eichstädt Missal]

The Resurrection of Christ

Christ Before Pilate

Christ among the Doctors

Resurrection

The Entry into Jerusalem

Christ Appears to the Magdalen

Resurrection

Crucifixion

Christ Taking Leave of His Mother

The Entry into Jerusalem

Christ Before Caiaphus

Christ Before Caiaphus

Christ Appears to the Magdalen

Christ Delivered to the Jews

Christ Among the Doctors

Christ Taking Leave of His Mother

Crucifixion

Christ Delivered to the Jews

Christ Before Pilate

The Small Crucifixion

Miniature of Cucifixion with image of Dominican nun (sponsor of book); and facing text page.

Christ, half length and blessing; in the lower border verses in Dutch.

The Resurrection.

The Resurrection.

Anthropomorphic (portrait of Christ) and zoomorphic (bird, snake) initials.

Anthropomorphic (portrait of Christ) and zoomorphic (bird) initial.

The Virgin of Sorrows, seated among angels holding the implements of Christ's passion

Crucifixion, etc.

Initial with image of bleeding Christ, border design, rubrics, small initials.

Miniature of the Crucifixion, with erased coat of arms of first owner.

Full-page miniature of Crucifixion.

Crucifixion

Drawing which accompanies text on 3v -- woman washes Christ's feet and dries them with her hair.

The Triumph of Eternity is represented by a cart drawn by the Four Evangelists with their symbols; on the cart is a Gnadenstuhl representation of the Trinity.

Christ and the Devil, with gold and red.

Christ Church, Oxford

Christ Church

Second Street north from Market St. wth. Christ Church, Philadelphia.

Christ Church, Philada.

Vendeur d'herbe de Ruda; Chevalier de Christ exposé dans son cercueil ouvert.

Négresses allant à l'église, pour être baptisées; Chevaliers du Christ, en grand costume de l'ordre.

"To the Christ of the Cross man is never so holy, as when braving the proud in defence of the lowly."

The Rev. Jacob Duché, rector of Christ Church and St. Peters, Philada.

Christ couronné d'épines..., d'après Joseph Guichard.

The child Christ ("Christ Engel") a bas relief in white marble by Rietschel of Dresden.

Christ Church, Red Hook, N.Y.

Christ Church, Red Hook, N.Y.

Christ Church.

Christ Church, cor. Clinton & Harrison Sts., Brooklyn.

Christ Church, Philadelphia, Penn'a.

Christ's Church Rectory, North Conway, N.H.

Christ Church in Boston.

Christ Church.

Christ Church, cor. Clinton & Harrison Sts., Brooklyn.

View from Christ Church.

Christ Church [interior]. Philadelphia, Penn'a.

Christ Church, Philadelphia. Founded A.D. 1695, rebuilt A.D. 1727.

Christ Church, Salem Street.

Christ Church, Philadelphia. Founded A.D. 1695, rebuilt A.D. 1727.

Christ's Church Rectory, North Conway, N.H.

Christ Church [interior], Philadelphia, Penn'a.

Christ Church, Philadelphia, Penn'a.

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