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Detail of <em>The Last Supper</em> by Pieter Coecke van Aelst (1502-50). Musée Rolin, Autun, France. Credit: Holly Hayes.
The Last Supper. This interesting composition is similar to a miniature in the 6th-century Codex Purpureus. One of a series of 26 mosaic panels illustrating the life of Christ in Sant'Apollinare Nuovo, Ravenna. The earliest known cycle on the subject, they date from c.500-20 AD under the rule of Theodoric the Goth. Credit: Holly Hayes.
Tapestry depicting the Last Supper. The Vatican Museums (Musei Vaticani). Credit: Holly Hayes.
Detail of Victorian side window in the Lady Chapel, depicting either the Last Supper or the Supper at Emmaus. Credit: Holly Hayes.
Relief on the north balustrade of the marble ambo, made in the early 12th century (some sources say 1110, others 1143) and reconstructed after the roof collapsed in 1196. This is the only part of the balustrade that survived the roof collapse. The upper relief depicts a sacred meal, probably the Last Supper (without Judas), but possibly the Agape meal. Credit: Holly Hayes.
The Last Supper. Detail of carved and painted wooden doors, c.1065, now displayed at the west end of the south aisle. St. Maria im Kapitol, Cologne, Germany. Credit: Holly Hayes.
The Last Supper, with Jesus flanked by Peter and John at top right. Roof boss NJ10 in the nave, c. 1470. Norwich Cathedral, England. Credit: Holly Hayes.
The Last Supper, in the moment that Jesus gives Judas a piece of bread to reveal him as the betrayer (John 13:26). Panel 9 on left bronze door, created by a German artist in the late 11th or early 12th century. Some of the first castings in bronze made since Roman times, San Zeno's magnificent bronze doors are decorated with 48 panels illustrating biblical stories and the lives of St. Credit: Holly Hayes.
The Last Supper, in the moment that Jesus gives Judas a piece of bread to reveal him as the betrayer (John 13:26). Detail of stained glass window in the nave, 13th century. Eglise St-Martin, Colmar, France. Credit: Holly Hayes.
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