Fig. 14.1 The Bamberg Apocalypse, Msc.Bibl.140, folio 53r, The Last

Judgement reproduced by permission of Staatsbibliothek Bamberg Fig. 14.2 Illuminated initial from a Book of Hours, folio i97r, manuscript 133 M 131 reproduced by permission of Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague, The Netherlands Fig. 15.1 Triptych of the Seven Sacraments by Rogier van der Weyden, Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp, image courtesy of Reproductiefonds Fig. 17.1 Oaken crucifix. Church of St.-Denis, Forest-lez-Bruxelles, Belgium, c. 1160-80. Copyright IRPA-KIK, Brussels. (Photo: IRPA-KIK, Brussels) Fig. 17.2 Floreffe Bible frontispiece: exegesis of the opening verses of Job. Premonstratensian Abbey of Floreffe, Meuse Valley, Belgium, c. 1150. London, British Library add. ms. 17738, fol. 3V. (Photo: British Library) Fig. 17.3 Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Amiens: intersection of nave and apse. Northern France, thirteenth century. (Photo: akg-images/Erich Lessing) Fig. 17.4 Detail from commentary illustration to Rev. 16.4. Bible moralisee, Paris, c. 1225. ÖNB/Vienna, picture archive, cod. 1179, fol. 236d. (Photo: Österreichische Nationalbibliothek) Fig. 17.5 Christus-Johannes Group (Saint John laying his head on Jesus' breast). Swabia/Lake Constance, early fourteenth century. Munich, Bayerisches Nationalmuseum, Inv. Nr 65/38. (Photo: Andreas Praefcke; public domain) Fig. 17.6 Ivory rosary terminal bead with embracing lovers on the front and a hideous skeleton crawling with worms on the back. Germany, sixteenth century. New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917, 17.190.305. (Photo: © Metropolitan Museum of Art)

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