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RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Typology and Prophecy
→ Cycles → Manuscripts and Prints → Speculum humanae salvationis → Chapter 21: Crowning with thorns
→ 21b: King Darius tolerates that Queen Apamene takes the crown off his head and puts it on hers
The Speculum: introduction - description - summary


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→ Original composition: Apamene sits next to Darius, hits him in the face, and takes the crown from his head, at the side the narrator Zorobabel standing
→ Variant: Without Zorobabel
→ Variant: Apamene sits next to Darius and takes the crown from him, without hitting him in the face
→ Variant: Apamene sits next to Darius and takes the crown from him, without hitting him in the face, with other persons present
→ Variant: Apamene sits next to Darius and hits him in the face, without taking the crown from him
→ Variant: Apamene sits next to Darius, placing the crown on her head, or having it already there
→ Variant: Apamene stands next to the enthroned Darius, takes the crown from his head
→ Variant: Apamene stands next to the enthroned Darius, placing the crown on her head or having it already there
→ Variant: Apamene and Darius both standing
→ Variant: Apamene is attacked with a spear whilst hitting Darius in the face and taking the crown from him