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  Artwork: Crucifixion, The
  Artist: UNKNOWN; German Master
  Date: C. 1170s
  Technique: Tempera, gold, silver, and ink on parchment
  Location: J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
  Notes: From the "Stammheim Missal". The Virgin and St. John mourn Jesusís death, in the semicircles are Life and Death, and below a youth tramples the grapes of wrath described in the Book of Isaiah as signifying the blood of vengeance.
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  Subject: Wine Vinegar on a Stick
The Piercing in the Side
Mater Dolorosa
With Other People from the Biblical Account
John, Son of Zebedee, in Various Compositions
Mary, Mother of Jesus, in Various Compositions


  Hosts: Getty (The J. Paul Getty Museum)  [IMAGE]
  Angel at top of picture:
Getty (The J. Paul Getty Museum)  [IMAGE]
  Upper right part of picture:
Getty (The J. Paul Getty Museum)  [IMAGE]