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The Thesoro de la passion

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The Thesoro De La Passion represents a unique confluence of cultural elements, not the least of which is its importance as one of the earliest printed Castilian Passion texts, and as one of Pablo Hurus' most successful editions. The Thesoro de la passion is structured chronologically, and includes eighty-five chapters divided by the author into eight general divisions. The Hurus and Cromberger editions of the Thesoro de la passion were all illustrated volumes. One notable difference among the three editions of the Thesoro de la passion is their woodcut depictions of Jews. In both Hurus editions the figures representing Jews have extremely twisted, maniacal expressions, particularly in the illustrations depicting the flagellation of Christ.

Keywords: Cromberger; Pablo Hurus; Thesoro De La Passion



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