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Richfield, Minnesota. He tries to evade his responsibility but finally bows to the pressure to condemn Christ. Christ Scourged, or the Flagellation Pontius Pilate orders Christ tied to a pillar, stripped and beaten by two soldiers. See especially El Greco. El Greco. Pilate pronounces "Ecce homo" "Behold the man".

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Fra Angelico. Christ Carrying the Cross The portrayal of Christ bearing his cross to Calvary traditionally shows the exhausted Christ falling to Earth, supporting himself with one hand. Simon of Cyrene may be seen standing before Christ, portrayed as gray-haired, bearded and wearing a short tunic.

Christ bears the Cross on his shoulders, with soldiers on foot and on horseback around him. Behind Christ are shown the Virgin Mary, St. John, and a number of weeping women. Veronica may be included holding a veil. On the other hand, John says that Christ carried the cross. Most portrayals of the scene follow John's version. The Crucifixion Starting from the four gospel accounts, which differ in detail, artists have inserted many symbolic elements. After Christ was brought to Calvary, he was stripped of his clothes and crucified between crosses on which two thieves were also put to death.


A sign was attached to his cross that read" "Jesus of Nazareth King of the Jews". In art, the sign reads "I. The Deposition, or Descent from the Cross Christ's body is taken down from the cross. Joseph of Arimathea, a wealthy and respected man who was secretly a follower of Christ, obtains permission from Pilate to bury the body.

Traditional representations in art show a ladder against the cross, with Joseph of Arimathea mounted on the ladder and lowering the body. The Virgin Mary receives the body and kisses the face. Mary Magdalene kisses the left hand, and John kisses the right. Nicodemus extracts the nails from the feet.

See especially van der Weyden , Rembrandt , Rubens. John lamenting over the dead Christ after the Deposition and before the Entombment. See especially Bellini. The Lamentation Traditionally, scenes show the body of the dead Christ laid on a winding sheet or shroud before his tomb, while the Virgin Mary bends over him, kissing his face. Others in the scene may be variously Joseph of Arimathea, St. John, Nicodemus, Mary Magdalene and other weeping women. The Entombment Artworks with this title are similar to Lamentation and related to Deposition.

Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus prepare to place Christ's body within the tomb.