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Discussion between Saint Catherine and the pagan philosophers from Saint Catherine poliptych by Hans Süß von Kulmbach in Kraków, 1514-1515 (PD-art/old), Bazylika Mariacka w Krakowie, commissioned by Jan Boner for Boner Chapel in the Town Church of Saint Mary in Kraków

Discussion between Saint Catherine and the pagan philosophers from Saint Catherine poliptych by Hans Süß von Kulmbach in Kraków, 1514-1515 (PD-art/old), Bazylika Mariacka w Krakowie, commissioned by Jan Boner for Boner Chapel in the Town Church of Saint Mary in Kraków

A magic square in the Passion facade of the Sagrada Familia cathedral in Barcelona; the constant is 33, Jesus's age at his crucifixion

Magic squares are given a whole new dimension

magic square Sagrada Familia Magic squares are given a whole new dimension Magic squares have fascinated mathematicians for thousands of years. Now Lee Sallows's 'geomagic squares' offer an intriguing new perspective on them

A fifteenth-century alabaster panel depicting the martyrdom of St Erasmus; his symbolic attribute, a windlass, features prominently. (Daniel Katz Gallery, London, via Medieval Imaginations)

A fifteenth-century alabaster panel depicting the martyrdom of St Erasmus; his symbolic attribute, a windlass, features prominently. (Daniel Katz Gallery, London, via Medieval Imaginations)

A bronze fourth-to-sixth-century chi-rho/labarum with pendant Greek letters 'alpha' and 'omega', representing Christ and God.

Russian Icon of St George, based on a 15th Century depiction. My new Bulgarian-American granddaughter was born on the day of Saint George. I think she needs another icon, as well as the book Saint George and the Dragon. :)

Saint George and the Dragon in Iconography

Saint George and the Dragon in Iconography - Russian Icon of St George, based on a Century depiction

A woodcut from the Upper Rhine depicting St Margaret of Antioch, c.1440-50; she is depicted with her symbolic attributes: a martyr's palm and a dragon. (Kunstmuseum Basel)

A woodcut from the Upper Rhine depicting St Margaret of Antioch, she is depicted with her symbolic attributes: a martyr's palm and a dragon.

Saint Peter, 1520, Hans Süss von Kulmbach, Nuremberg

Saint Peter, 1520, Hans Süss von Kulmbach, Nuremberg

Hans Suess von Kulmbach

Saint Sebastian - Hans Süss von Kulmbach - The Athenaeum

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