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Illustrations In The Zaragoza: Hurus, 1494 Thesoro De La Passion

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This appendix section of the book A Scholarly Edition of Andrés de Li's Thesoro de la passion presents the illustrations in the Zaragoza. It shows the images of Folios (recto/verso) and the Orans figure of the priest and Cleric with rosary. The image of the crucified Christ provoked a powerful empathetic reaction by reminding viewers of the magnitude of his physical suffering and sacrifice. In medieval Christianity, pain was seen as a positive force that possessed a "magical, redemptive instrumentality," a perception that stemmed from the powers of salvation attributed to Christ's suffering.

Keywords: Andrés de Li; Christianity; Folios; Zaragoza



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