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RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Typology and Prophecy
→ Cycles → Manuscripts and Prints → Speculum humanae salvationis → Chapter 23: Christ nailed to the Cross
→ 23c: Isaias is sawn into two parts
The Speculum: introduction - description - summary


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→ Original composition: Isaias is suspended upside-down from beams or similar contraptions and sawn asunder by two men, starting at his groin
→ Variant: Isaias is suspended upside-down from a tree and sawn asunder by two men, starting at his groin
→ Variant: Isaias is bound to a saltire and sawn asunder by two men, starting at his groin
→ Variant: Isaias is bound to a column or a tree and sawn asunder by two men, starting at his shoulder
→ Variant: Isaias is sawn asunder starting at his head
→ Variant: Isaias is sawn asunder horizontally