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RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Typology and Prophecy
→ Cycles → Manuscripts and Prints → Speculum humanae salvationis → Chapter 24: Crucifixion
→ 24c: King Codrus of Athens lets himself be slain disguised as a common soldier to save his city → Variant: Death of Codrus, with Codrus depicted a second time at a distance or behind a wall
The Speculum: introduction - description - summary


Paris,
Bibliothèque nationale de France
lat. 511, fol. 25r
circa 1370 -1380
Paris,
Bibliothèque nationale de France
lat. 9585, fol. 29v
1st half 15th century
London, British Library
Add MS 11575, fol. 59v
circa 1410
Paris,
Bibliothèque nationale de France
lat. 9586, fol. 26r
2nd quarter 15th century
Turin,
Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria
I.II.11, fol. 28v
2nd quarter 15th century
Turin,
Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria
I.II.11, fol. 28v
2nd quarter 15th century
Speculum humanae salvationis
1426
Oxford, Bodleian Library
Douce 204, fol. 24v
circa 1430 -1450
Madrid,
Biblioteca Nacional de España
Vitr. 25-7 (olim B. 19), fol. 24r
1432
Augsburg,
Universitätsbibliothek
Cod.I.2.2.24 (Oettingen-Wallersteinsche Bibliothek), fol. 51v
1456
Chicago, Newberry Library
40, fol. 25r
circa 1460
Chicago, Newberry Library
40, fol. 25r
circa 1460
Speculum humanae salvationis (GW M43054), p. 257 (Pagination after Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, 2 Inc.s.a. 1087)
circa 1473
Chantilly, Musée Condé
139, fol. 26r
circa 1500