A woodcut by Urs Graf depiicting Christ being scourged and crowned with thorns. The image was taken from a 1506 harmony of the Gospel texts of the Passion, edited by Matthias Ringmann, translated by Geiler von Keysersberg and printed by Johann Knobloch in Strasbourg.

Christ is scourged and crowned with a crown of thorns

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A wax rubbing of the tablet, done in sections on four different pieces of tissue paper. The inscription is primarily in Chinese, but there are several Syriac words; and there is a bilingual list of proper names in both languages.

Wax Rubbing of the Nestorian Tablet of Sian-fu

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A miniature portrait of Sarah Wesley, the daughter of Charles and Sarah Wesley, set in a case with a small latch.

Portrait of Sarah Wesley, daughter of Charles and Sarah Wesley

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A leaf featuring liturgical prayers surrounded by a historiated boarder, including the image of a woman and an angel.

Liturgical prayers

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A 3D rendering of the Maxey's Christian Church building.

Maxey's Christian Church Virtual Space

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A woodcut depicting a woman crowned in stars facing down a dragon with ten horns and seven crowns while above her a child is carried to the throne of God by angels. The image appears in the September Testament, Martin Luther's first printing of his German New Testament.

The Woman and the Great Red Dragon

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