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Saint Jerome ca. 1520 attr. Bartolome ordonez (Spanish after 1480-1520) and/or said workshop  quality of mane, beard and folds in sleeve

Saint Jerome ca. 1520 attr. Bartolome ordonez (Spanish after 1480-1520) and/or said workshop quality of mane, beard and folds in sleeve

Fifteenth-century depiction of Saint Jerome, with nooks to lay his books when not in use. Austrian National Library, Vienna, Codex Vindobonensis Palatinus 1169 : HMML Color Microfilms

Fifteenth-century depiction of Saint Jerome, with nooks to lay his books when not in use. Austrian National Library, Vienna, Codex Vindobonensis Palatinus 1169 : HMML Color Microfilms

Peter Paul Rubens - Assumption of the Devine and Holy Virgin Mary, 1611

Peter Paul Rubens - Assumption of the Devine and Holy Virgin Mary, 1611

Luis Tristán - Saint Jerome penitent in his study (Detail)

Luis Tristán - Saint Jerome penitent in his study (Detail)

St. Jerome,Roman Christian priest, confessor, theologian and historian, a Doctor of the Church.known for his translation of the Bible into Latin

St. Jerome,Roman Christian priest, confessor, theologian and historian, a Doctor of the Church.known for his translation of the Bible into Latin

Detail - BL Egerton 3266 f.15

Detail - BL Egerton 3266 f.15

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Dank mehmay

Saint Jerome visited by angels by Bartolomeo Cavarozzi

Saint Jerome visited by angels by Bartolomeo Cavarozzi

Moretto da Brescia (1498-1554): Saint Jerome, shutters from a triptych. C. 1540. Oil on wood. The National Gallery - London - UK.

Moretto da Brescia (1498-1554): Saint Jerome, shutters from a triptych. C. 1540. Oil on wood. The National Gallery - London - UK.

earliest crucifixion in an illuminated manuscript, from the Syriac Rabbula Gospels, c 586, Jesus with the two thieves St. Dismas ("good thief")  & Gestas ("not so good" thief) , St. Longinus (piercing side of Christ with the spear) & Stephaton (Offering Jesus a sponge of vinegar to drink)

earliest crucifixion in an illuminated manuscript, from the Syriac Rabbula Gospels, c 586, Jesus with the two thieves St. Dismas ("good thief") & Gestas ("not so good" thief) , St. Longinus (piercing side of Christ with the spear) & Stephaton (Offering Jesus a sponge of vinegar to drink)

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