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Pictures Dated 27th November 2006

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Featured 27 Nov 2006 Print

Lisbius proclaims himself a disciple of Christ, 1317. Artist: Unknown

Lisbius proclaims himself a disciple of Christ, 1317. Lisbius declares his faith before St Denis, St Eleutherius and St Rusticus, in the presence of Sisinnius and his high priest. Manuscript illustration from a work on the life of St Denis (died c258 AD), written by Yves, a monk at the Abbey of St Denis. The book depicts the torture and martyrdom of the saint by the Roman governor Fescenninus Sisinnius. The lower part of each scene depicts people on the bridge over the River Seine. Here, a cart laden with sheaves of corn, a porter, and below, a boat laden with goods. From the collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris.

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Featured 27 Nov 2006 Print

The arrest of St Denis, 1317. Artist: Unknown

The arrest of St Denis, 1317. Sisinnius' soldiers sieze St Denis, St Rusticus and St Eleutherius in front of the crowd. Their hands are tied and they are beaten. Manuscript illustration from the life of St Denis (died c258 AD), written by Yves, a monk at the Abbey of St Denis. The book depicts the torture and martyrdom of the saint by the Roman governor Fescenninus Sisinnius. The lower part of each scene depicts people on the bridge over the River Seine. Here, a goldsmith's shop, and a blind man led by his dog. On the right is a beggar, and below are boats carrying a cargo of wood. From the collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris.

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Featured 27 Nov 2006 Print

Gilles de Pontoise, abbot of St Denis, 1317. Artist: Unknown

Gilles de Pontoise, abbot of St Denis, 1317. Gilles, accompanied by Yves, a monk at the Abbey of St Denis, presents the manuscript of the life of St Denis to King Philip V. Manuscript illustration from the life of St Denis (died c258 AD), written by Yves. The book depicts the torture and martyrdom of the saint by the Roman governor Fescenninus Sisinnius. The lower part of each scene depicts people on the bridge over the River Seine. On the right is a man with a monkey. From the collection of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris.

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