Renaissance and Early Modern Art

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Renaissance and Early Modern Art

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Intervention of the Sabine Women
"Taken place in 750 BC, in which the first generation of Roman men acquired wives for themselves from the neighboring Sabine families. Fearing the emergence of a rival society, the Sabines refused to allow their women to marry the Romans.…

Christian Dirce (detail)
Digital reproduction of a painting of a Roman-Christian woman tied to a bull in a Roman Arena due to her religion, created by Henryk Siemiradzki. The original painting is currently located in the National Museum in Warsaw.

Allegorical Figure of Faith
The personification of an allegorical figure of Faith.

Stained Glass Window of Perpetua
A stained glass window depicting Perpetua and Felcitias.

Correggio, disegno preparatorio per il martirio dei quattro santi
Photographic reproduction of artwork depicting the relations between brotherhood and martyrdom.

The Christian Martyrs Last Prayer
A painting by Jean-Leon Gerome painted sometime between 1863 and 1883

Mary and Child with Saints Felicity and Perpetua (Sacra Conversazione).
An anonymously submitted photograph of a painting to the Wikimedia Commons. The original painting was done with tempera on wood. It depicts the Virgin Mary with Saints Perpetua and Felicitas, originating from around circa 1520.

Foxe's Christian martyrs of the world
A ancient painting of Perpetua and felictas getting gored by a bull in the arena
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