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Christ Before Pilate, 1844. Artist: Sorokin, Yevgraf Semyonovich (1821-1892)
Christ before Pilate, Early 20th cen.. Artist: Russian icon
Christ before Pilate (Vlad III as Pontius Pilate), ca 1463-1464. Artist: Master of Velenje Panels (active 1450-1465)
Pilate washes his hands (from Lettres b?tardes), ca 1490-1510. Artist: Poyet, Jean (active 1483-1497)
Christ before Pilate (Book of Hours), 1400s. Artist: Master of Troyes (active 1400-1415)
ARTE GOTICO. ALEMANIA. "TRIPTICO DE LA PASION" (1505-1510). ECCE HOMO (panel izquierdo). Obra del pintor anónimo del gótico tardio, Maestro de los Altares de Aquisgrán. S. XVI. Museo del Tesoro de la
ARTE GOTICO. ALEMANIA. "TRIPTICO DE LA PASION" (1505-1510). De izquierda a derecha: ECCE HOMO, CALVARIO Y LAMENTACION DE CRISTO. Obra del pintor anónimo del gótico tardio, Maestro de los Altares de Aq
Augusto Palace or Praetorium or Pilate's Tower. Tarragona. Catalonia. Spain.
Pilate liberates Barabbas and orders Jesus is crucified. Codex of Predis (1476). Royal Library. Turin. Italy.
The High Priests remember to Pilate that Jesus had prophesied that he would rise. Codex of Predis (1476). Royal Library. Turin. Italy.
Augusto Palace or Praetorium or Pilate's Tower. Tarragona. Catalonia. Spain.
After the Sanhedrin, Jesus is handed over to Pilate. Codex of Predis (1476). Royal Library. Turin. Italy.
Pilate delivered Jesus to Herod after they had mocked him and dressed in white. Codex of Predis (1476). Royal Library. Turin. Italy.
Pilate tries to liberate Jesus but the crowd wants to crucify him. Miniature. Codex Predis. Quattrocento Renaissance (XV century). Royal Library. Turin. Italy.
Pontius Pilate asked the Jews if they prefer to free the thief Barabbas, or Jesus. Codex of Predis (1476). Royal Library. Turin. Italy.
Jesus before Pilate who tries to convince the Jews to set free him. Illuminated pages of the Codex of Predis (1476). Royal Library. Turin. Italy.