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    The Idea Of Hope

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    Mary is represented as icons, drawings, paintings, and apparitions, such as La Santa Muerte, La Negrita, Our Lady of the Rock, Madonna, The Virgin of Guadalupe, and Our Lady of the Wall. With there still being many more, all of this just undoubtedly proves…

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    “to commemorate such great nuptial ceremonies, [Claudius] built the city which he called Claudiocester”: Unity and Harmony The roll-maker used women to prove a political point that peace, harmony and greatness could be expected from a king if he had a loving and supportive wife. Women were carefully selected by the roll-maker to exhibit this idea in a variety of differing scenarios. If women inspired their husbands to do great things, created successful lineages, had a useful heritage, or were…

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    Wilthia Spann Analysis

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    Museum in France. The subject of the piece is the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ as a baby. During that 13th century, the Virgin Mary was favored to being the subject of many artworks. The piece represents the passion of love that Mary has for her son. It represents…

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    The artworks in this discussion are Au Natural by Sarah Lucas and Praying Hands by Albrecht Dürer. Au Natural is a composition of an old mattress, with a water bucket, a cucumber, two oranges and two melons in a space like a room or gallery. The objects are depicting male and female private parts, where the female body part is on the left hand-side and male body part is located on the right. The old mattress used has some grooves on it and some holes were made to hold the melons. Meanwhile, the…

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    time in Venice and Rome. In the picture Christ, has called out from the cross to God, and a bystander has “fetched a sponge, which he soaked in sour wine, and held it to his lips on the end of a cane.” Saint John stands below the cross as the Virgin Mary and two companions arrive, mourning, while three soldiers at left gamble for Christ's tunic. The figure on the ladder is a particularly brilliant narrative interpolation. Christ is shown crucified between two thieves on the hill of Golgotha,…

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    Rulers throughout history have proven that the way the rule is based on the way they are perceived by not only their subjects but other powers including religious authority. This was especially true for women rulers who were viewed as lesser than men, and in some countries were not even allowed the chance to rule. Queen of Elizabeth of England was one of the longest rulers of her time, however that did not stop people from questioning her ability to rule. Religious leaders believed her rule was…

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    This metaphorical similarity between Saint Nicholas and the Virgin Mary casts Christians as being realistic, moral, guiltless and acquitted from any wrongdoing. They are known as being mainly innocent, with little to no knowledge on being able to sin against God and his word. Christians in The Prioress’s Tale sustain a categorical, spiritual following for the Virgin Mary. They all worship her: And is this song maked in reverence Of Cristes mooder?” seyde this innocent. Now, certes, I wol do…

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    marble more than any other sculpture he created to make it extra shiny. The sculpture presents the Virgin Mary holding the deceased body of Christ in her arms after he was put down from the cross, then later was placed inside the tomb. The most common form being sculptured at that time was the Pietas. Michelangelo’s version of Pietas is a lot less…

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    mentioned in Wilkens book, but also many times in the Bible. Galatians 4:4 states that “But when the set time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a women and born under the law” (2, pg. 1062). This means God had the perfect time set for His son who Mary had given birth to under the Jewish law to go and redeem those who believe in Christ (1, pg. 1976). John 1:14 says “The word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came…

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    St. Agnes “Christ made my soul beautiful with the jewels of grace and virtue. I belong to Him whom the angels serve.”- St. Agnes In Latin Agnes means lamb (agnum) which sounds like her name. The symbol of the lamb is youth and innocence. This is symbolized for her because she died at a very young age. Purity,Innocence, and Faith are three words that greatly describe St.Agnes. She lived from 291 to 304 AD and was martyred during the rule of Diocletian at the age of twelve or thirteen. St.Agnes…

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