miércoles, 2 de agosto de 2017

ARMA CHRISTI



Some of the tools used in the Passion of Christ: the coins used by Judas to betray Jesus; the sword which is mentioned in the Gospels; the column and the whip; the crown of thorns; the reed and the sponge used to drink; the lance which provoked the wound on the side; the cross and the elements used for crucifying Jesus: the nails, the mallet, the pincers


COPY OF ROMAN LANCE
(Lancea)
Jorge Mambrillo (2012)


THE WIDOW’S MITE
Bronze coin from the Hasmonean Dynasty minted in Judea (1st century B.C.)


REED, SPONGE AND CORD (Arundo donax/ Callyspongia plicifera/ Thymelaea hirsuta)
Reed as sceptre with a sponge soaked in vinegar. Palm leaf cord to tie the crucified person.


IBERIAN WEAPONS (first century)
Falcata (sword) and tip of spear donated by Mr Juan Leña.


Leading Cross. Francisco Ruiz Gijón (1716). Brotherhood of Jesús del Gran Poder, Seville.


ROMAN COINS (Tetradrachm from Tyre)
Judas thirty silver coins.


COPY OF THE NAILS USED FOR THE CRUCIFIXION
Juan M. Miñarro López (2008)


COPY OF THE ROMAN WHIPS (Flagrum taxilatum)          
Juan M. Miñarro López (2008)

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