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    • Legend of Saint Sebald ([page] CXXV)

    • Christian saints--Legends--Early works to 1800; Illustration of books--Germany--15th century; Prints, German--15th century; Wood-engraving, German--15th century;
    • Pages with rubication and woodcuts of scenes from the legend of Saint Sebald, patron saint of Nuremberg, from a book titled Das Passional, oder der Heiligen Leben (Passional, or the lives of the saints), written by Jacobus, de Voragine, and...
    • Legend of Saint Justina ([page] CLXVIII)

    • Christian saints--Legends--Early works to 1800; Illustration of books--Germany--15th century; Prints, German--15th century; Wood-engraving, German--15th century;
    • Pages with rubication and woodcut of scenes from the legend of Saint Justina from a book titled Das Passional, oder der Heiligen Leben (Passional, or the lives of the saints), written by Jacobus, de Voragine, and published in 1488 by Anton...
    • Giving and regretting it

    • Illustration of books--Germany--15th century; Wood-engraving, German--15th century; Satire, German--15th century; Folly in art;
    • Woodcut known as Giving and regretting it by Albrecht Dürer from the book titled Das Narrenschiff (Ship of Fools), a book of satire by German theologian Sebastian Brant originally published in 1494. In each of its over 100 chapters, the book...
    • Exchange of money with clergy

    • Illustration of books--Germany--15th century; Wood-engraving, German--15th century; Clergy--Pictorial works; Peter, the Apostle, Saint--Pictorial works;
    • Woodcut depicting women giving money to a member of the clergy. St. Peter, holding a key, stands to the right of the clergyman. This woodcut is from a cropped page from the book titled Spiegel des menschlichen Lebens (Mirror of life) written by...
    • Marrying for money

    • Illustration of books--Germany--15th century; Wood-engraving, German--15th century; Satire, German--15th century; Folly in art;
    • Woodcut known as Marrying for money by Albrecht Dürer from the book titled Das Narrenschiff (Ship of fools), a book of satire published in 1494 in Basel, Switzerland, by German theologian Sebastian Brant. In each of its over 100 chapters, the...

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