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The Romans designed the act of crucifixion to slowly execute a person through torture while humiliating him.
the execution of a person by nailing or binding them to a cross.
translation of 'crucifixion'
there is little evidence that the Romans used to flog their victims before 'crucifixion'
The usual 'crucifixion' began with the victim being flogged and severely beaten.
The Romans designed the act of 'crucifixion' to slowly execute a person through torture while humiliating him.
Next, on the liturgical left, is Filippino's 'Crucifixion' of Peter, where the original subject is at question.
Augustus III was of a religious turn of mind, and he had Meissen produce sacred art like Kandler's 'Crucifixion' , one of the largest porcelain groups.
While anatomical and spatial description is often minimal, the overall narrative organization and pace of the scenes is dramatic, culminating in the powerful 'Crucifixion' which takes up the main space of an entire bay.
The variety of Pino's responses to Michelangelo is seen in his later 'Crucifixion' of 1577 in SS Severino e Sossio, where Christ's lithe body is seen above a commotion of figures below.
The composition of a 'Crucifixion' cameo of similar date, here tentatively associated with Venice, may in theory have been borrowed from a mosaic or manuscript source, but not from a classical cameo.
His 1912 Calvary is at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and his White 'Crucifixion' hangs in the Art Institute of Chicago.
It will feature John Stainer's 'Crucifixion' , a well-known and loved piece.
Each of the three movements ‘depicts’ an episode in the life of Christ: Nativity, 'Crucifixion' and Resurrection.
Sutherland gracefully found a way back to nature studies while painting the crown of thorns in his 'Crucifixion' .
As one sees from his 'Crucifixion' and his Battle of Poitiers, hung alongside, Delacroix was rapacious for colour; especially, in picture after picture, for the cruel colour of blood.
The Grünewald altarpiece had also been a favourite of the German expressionists, being the starting point for Emil Nolde's famous 'Crucifixion' of 1912.
He has a new play, Dedication or The Stuff of Dreams, running in New York, and an even newer work, 'Crucifixion' , receiving its world premiere in San Francisco in October.
The 'Crucifixion' series, he says, ‘will go on forever, because every time I start one I never know what's going to go into it.’
The 'Crucifixion' was delivered, and therefore reckoned to be finished, but it is also strikingly economical and bold in its details.
Grunewald's 'Crucifixion' becomes a symbol of Germany's agony, the Passion it suffered as a consequence of its defeat in World War I.
In real life 'crucifixions' , the nail was placed between the radius and ulna bones of the forearm, with a plate of wood set between the head of the nail and the flesh to secure it further.
I would like to think people come to the Met to see the David Lavoisier, the Van Eyck diptych of the 'Crucifixion' and Last Judgement, and the Velazquez Juan de Pareja.
The choir will be singing 'Crucifixion' , by Stainer, and anybody interested in joining in can go along to the rehearsal at 2pm on the same day.
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