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Prerromanico asturiano. // Asturian Pre-romanesque

Prerromanico asturiano. // Asturian Pre-romanesque

Reino Astur (722-910).

Reino Astur (722-910).

Oviedo - Santa Maria del Naranco

Oviedo - Santa Maria del Naranco

Etapas del Arte asturiano // Asturian art stages

ARTE PRERROMÁNICO ASTURIANO

ARTE PRERROMÁNICO ASTURIANO from Ana Rey PERÍODO RAMIRENSE “Los monumentos asturianos s...

SANTA MARIA DEL NARANCO (Saint Maria of Naranco) in the city of Oviedo in Asturias Spain

Oviedo

This photo from Asturias, Asturias is titled 'Santa Maria del Naranco'.

Escaleras, sobre el mar, Aketx, País Vasco, España

Escaleras, sobre el mar, Aketx, País Vasco, España

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El Greco, Ildefons z Toledo, Ildephonsus (ur. 607, zm. 23 stycznia 667) – hiszpański teolog i Ojciec Kościoła, mnich, arcybiskup Toledo, święty Kościoła katolickiego.

El Greco, Ildefons z Toledo, Ildephonsus (ur. 607, zm. 23 stycznia 667) – hiszpański teolog i Ojciec Kościoła, mnich, arcybiskup Toledo, święty Kościoła katolickiego.

Plik:Church of San Ildefonso, Toledo, Ildefonsus is considered a patron saint of Toledo, as well as of Zamora, and several smaller towns.

Plik:Church of San Ildefonso, Toledo, Ildefonsus is considered a patron saint of Toledo, as well as of Zamora, and several smaller towns.

Jakub Apostoł - wg tradycji pierwszy biskup Toledo

Jakub Apostoł - wg tradycji pierwszy biskup Toledo

(św. Ildefons) The monastery of Agali, was founded around 590/600 in the vicinity of Toledo. It probably lay along the important road from Complutum to Gaul. Several of its monks became bishops of Toledo during the seventh century.  Agali was one of the earliest sites of regular monasticism—"monastic communities following received rules"—in central, southern or western Spain, although such communities did exist prior to the late sixth century on the Mediterran

(św. Ildefons) The monastery of Agali, was founded around 590/600 in the vicinity of Toledo. It probably lay along the important road from Complutum to Gaul. Several of its monks became bishops of Toledo during the seventh century. Agali was one of the earliest sites of regular monasticism—"monastic communities following received rules"—in central, southern or western Spain, although such communities did exist prior to the late sixth century on the Mediterran

Saint Leocadia (French: Sainte Léocadie; Spanish: Santa Leocadia) is a Spanish saint. She is thought to have died on December 9, ca. 304, in the Diocletian persecution.  The feast day for St. Leocadia of Toledo appears under 9 December in the historical martyrologies of the ninth century. Her name is not mentioned by Prudentius in his hymn on the martyrs of Spain. However, in very early times there was a church dedicated to her at Toledo

Saint Leocadia (French: Sainte Léocadie; Spanish: Santa Leocadia) is a Spanish saint. She is thought to have died on December 9, ca. 304, in the Diocletian persecution. The feast day for St. Leocadia of Toledo appears under 9 December in the historical martyrologies of the ninth century. Her name is not mentioned by Prudentius in his hymn on the martyrs of Spain. However, in very early times there was a church dedicated to her at Toledo

It was related, further, that on another occasion he reportedly experienced a vision of the Blessed Virgin on 18 December 665. appeared to him in person and presented him with a priestly vestment, to reward him for his zeal in honouring her

It was related, further, that on another occasion he reportedly experienced a vision of the Blessed Virgin on 18 December 665. appeared to him in person and presented him with a priestly vestment, to reward him for his zeal in honouring her

Bartolomé Esteban Murillo - Apparition of the Virgin for Saint Ildefonsus, c. 1660

Bartolomé Esteban Murillo - Apparition of the Virgin for Saint Ildefonsus, c. 1660

Juan de Borgoña (c. 1470–c. 1534),  The Investiture of Saint Ildefonsus (La casulla de San Ildefonso), 1508–1514  on ArtStack #juan-de-borgona-c-1470-c-1534 #art

The Investiture of Saint Ildefonsus (La casulla de San Ildefonso), 1508–1514 by Juan de Borgoña (c. 1470–c. 1534)

The Investiture of Saint Ildefonsus (La casulla de San Ildefonso), 1508–1514 by Juan de Borgoña (c. 1470–c. 1534). Artwork Type: Painting;

The Ildefonso Altarpiece is a triptych dating to between 1630 and 1631.It is named after the central panel, it shows saint Ildefonsus's vision of the Virgin Mary, in which she gave him a 'casula'. On the side panels are Isabella Clara Eugenia and Albert VII, regents of the Spanish Netherlands, with their patron saints Albert and Elisabeth of Hungary. Albert  founded the Ildefonso Brotherhood in the church of Saint Jacques-sur-Coudenberg in  Brussels, to encourage loyalty to the Habsburg…

The Ildefonso Altarpiece is a triptych dating to between 1630 and 1631.It is named after the central panel, it shows saint Ildefonsus's vision of the Virgin Mary, in which she gave him a 'casula'. On the side panels are Isabella Clara Eugenia and Albert VII, regents of the Spanish Netherlands, with their patron saints Albert and Elisabeth of Hungary. Albert founded the Ildefonso Brotherhood in the church of Saint Jacques-sur-Coudenberg in Brussels, to encourage loyalty to the Habsburg…

Mary of Jesus of Ágreda (Spanish: María de Jesús), OIC, also known as the Abbess of Ágreda (2 April 1602 – 24 May 1665), was a Franciscan abbess and spiritual writer, known especially for her extensive correspondence with King Philip IV of Spain and reports of her bilocation between Spain and its colonies in New Spain (now New Mexico and Texas). She was a noted mystic of her era.

Mary of Jesus of Ágreda (Spanish: María de Jesús), OIC, also known as the Abbess of Ágreda (2 April 1602 – 24 May 1665), was a Franciscan abbess and spiritual writer, known especially for her extensive correspondence with King Philip IV of Spain and reports of her bilocation between Spain and its colonies in New Spain (now New Mexico and Texas). She was a noted mystic of her era.

Our Lady of the Pillar (Spanish: Nuestra Señora del Pilar) is the name given to the Blessed Virgin Mary in connection with an ancient Spanish tradition that she appeared to the Apostle James the Greater as he was praying by the banks of the Ebro at Zaragoza. Mary is often depicted carrying the Christ Child on her arms resting above a pillar, sometimes carried by angelic cherubs.

Our Lady of the Pillar (Spanish: Nuestra Señora del Pilar) is the name given to the Blessed Virgin Mary in connection with an ancient Spanish tradition that she appeared to the Apostle James the Greater as he was praying by the banks of the Ebro at Zaragoza. Mary is often depicted carrying the Christ Child on her arms resting above a pillar, sometimes carried by angelic cherubs.

A painting by Francisco Goya depicting the Marian apparition to St. James the Greater

A painting by Francisco Goya depicting the Marian apparition to St. James the Greater

Pedro de Arbués, C.R.S.A. (c. 1441 – September 17, 1485), was an official of the Spanish Inquisition who was assassinated in the La Seo Cathedral of Zaragoza in 1485 in an alleged plot by conversos and Jews. He was very quickly venerated as a saint by popular acclaim, and his death greatly assisted the Inquisition and its Inquisitor General, Tomás de Torquemada, in their campaign against heresy and crypto-Judaism.

Pedro de Arbués, C.R.S.A. (c. 1441 – September 17, 1485), was an official of the Spanish Inquisition who was assassinated in the La Seo Cathedral of Zaragoza in 1485 in an alleged plot by conversos and Jews. He was very quickly venerated as a saint by popular acclaim, and his death greatly assisted the Inquisition and its Inquisitor General, Tomás de Torquemada, in their campaign against heresy and crypto-Judaism.

Cuadro Virgen de los Reyes Católicos en el que aparece arrodillado detrás del rey Fernando el Católico, el inquisidor general Tomás de Torquemada, y arrodillado detrás de la reina el inquisidor de Aragón Pedro de Arbués. PRADO

Expulsión de los judíos de España | Wikiwand

La expulsión de los judíos de España fue ordenada en 1492 por los Reyes Católicos mediante el Edicto de Granada con la finalidad, según el decreto, de impedir que siguieran influyendo en los cristianos nuevos para que estos judeizaran. La decisión de expulsar a los judíos –o de prohibir el judaísmo[2]​– está relacionada con la instauración de la Inquisición catorce años antes en la Corona de Castilla y nueve en la Corona de Aragón, porque precisamente fue creada para perseguir a los…

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The Martyrdom of Saint Pedro de Arbués by Antonio del Castillo y Saavedra.

September 17 - St. Peter of Arbues - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites

(Correctly, PETER ARBUES). Born in 1441 (or 1442); died 17 Sept., 1485. His father, a nobleman, was Antonio Arbues, and his mother’s name was Sancia Ruiz. He studied philosophy, probably at Huesca, but later went to Bologna, where in the

Alcalá Subastas JOSÉ DE PÁEZ (Mexico, 1720 - 1790) Virgen del Pilar con Santiago el Mayor y San Pedro de Arbués; al fondo vista de Zaragoza. Óleo sobre lienzo. 66,5 x 52 cms. En él se alude a los dos grandes centros de poder de la Iglesia de Zaragoza: La Basílica del Pilar y la Seo, representados respectivamente por la Virgen del Pilar y el inquisidor aragonés, martirizado en 1485 en Zaragoza. Precio de salida: 6.000€ Precio remate: 9.500€

Alcalá Subastas

Alcalá Subastas JOSÉ DE PÁEZ (Mexico, 1720 - 1790) Virgen del Pilar con Santiago el Mayor y San Pedro de Arbués; al fondo vista de Zaragoza. Óleo sobre lienzo. 66,5 x 52 cms. En él se alude a los dos grandes centros de poder de la Iglesia de Zaragoza: La Basílica del Pilar y la Seo, representados respectivamente por la Virgen del Pilar y el inquisidor aragonés, martirizado en 1485 en Zaragoza. Precio de salida: 6.000€ Precio remate: 9.500€

The fame of this work imparted a new impetus to encyclopedic writing, which bore abundant fruit in the subsequent centuries of the Middle Ages. It was the most popular compendium in medieval libraries. It was printed in at least ten editions between 1470 and 1530, showing Isidore's continued popularity in the Renaissance. Until the 12th century brought translations from Arabic sources, Isidore transmitted what western Europeans remembered of the works of Aristotle and other Greeks, although…

The fame of this work imparted a new impetus to encyclopedic writing, which bore abundant fruit in the subsequent centuries of the Middle Ages. It was the most popular compendium in medieval libraries. It was printed in at least ten editions between 1470 and 1530, showing Isidore's continued popularity in the Renaissance. Until the 12th century brought translations from Arabic sources, Isidore transmitted what western Europeans remembered of the works of Aristotle and other Greeks, although…

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Prerromanico asturiano. // Asturian Pre-romanesque

Prerromanico asturiano. // Asturian Pre-romanesque

Reino Astur (722-910).

Reino Astur (722-910).

Oviedo - Santa Maria del Naranco

Oviedo - Santa Maria del Naranco

Etapas del Arte asturiano // Asturian art stages

ARTE PRERROMÁNICO ASTURIANO

ARTE PRERROMÁNICO ASTURIANO from Ana Rey PERÍODO RAMIRENSE “Los monumentos asturianos s...

SANTA MARIA DEL NARANCO (Saint Maria of Naranco) in the city of Oviedo in Asturias Spain

Oviedo

This photo from Asturias, Asturias is titled 'Santa Maria del Naranco'.

Escaleras, sobre el mar, Aketx, País Vasco, España

Escaleras, sobre el mar, Aketx, País Vasco, España

El Greco, Ildefons z Toledo, Ildephonsus (ur. 607, zm. 23 stycznia 667) – hiszpański teolog i Ojciec Kościoła, mnich, arcybiskup Toledo, święty Kościoła katolickiego.

El Greco, Ildefons z Toledo, Ildephonsus (ur. 607, zm. 23 stycznia 667) – hiszpański teolog i Ojciec Kościoła, mnich, arcybiskup Toledo, święty Kościoła katolickiego.

Plik:Church of San Ildefonso, Toledo, Ildefonsus is considered a patron saint of Toledo, as well as of Zamora, and several smaller towns.

Plik:Church of San Ildefonso, Toledo, Ildefonsus is considered a patron saint of Toledo, as well as of Zamora, and several smaller towns.

Jakub Apostoł - wg tradycji pierwszy biskup Toledo

Jakub Apostoł - wg tradycji pierwszy biskup Toledo

(św. Ildefons) The monastery of Agali, was founded around 590/600 in the vicinity of Toledo. It probably lay along the important road from Complutum to Gaul. Several of its monks became bishops of Toledo during the seventh century.  Agali was one of the earliest sites of regular monasticism—"monastic communities following received rules"—in central, southern or western Spain, although such communities did exist prior to the late sixth century on the Mediterran

(św. Ildefons) The monastery of Agali, was founded around 590/600 in the vicinity of Toledo. It probably lay along the important road from Complutum to Gaul. Several of its monks became bishops of Toledo during the seventh century. Agali was one of the earliest sites of regular monasticism—"monastic communities following received rules"—in central, southern or western Spain, although such communities did exist prior to the late sixth century on the Mediterran

Saint Leocadia (French: Sainte Léocadie; Spanish: Santa Leocadia) is a Spanish saint. She is thought to have died on December 9, ca. 304, in the Diocletian persecution.  The feast day for St. Leocadia of Toledo appears under 9 December in the historical martyrologies of the ninth century. Her name is not mentioned by Prudentius in his hymn on the martyrs of Spain. However, in very early times there was a church dedicated to her at Toledo

Saint Leocadia (French: Sainte Léocadie; Spanish: Santa Leocadia) is a Spanish saint. She is thought to have died on December 9, ca. 304, in the Diocletian persecution. The feast day for St. Leocadia of Toledo appears under 9 December in the historical martyrologies of the ninth century. Her name is not mentioned by Prudentius in his hymn on the martyrs of Spain. However, in very early times there was a church dedicated to her at Toledo

It was related, further, that on another occasion he reportedly experienced a vision of the Blessed Virgin on 18 December 665. appeared to him in person and presented him with a priestly vestment, to reward him for his zeal in honouring her

It was related, further, that on another occasion he reportedly experienced a vision of the Blessed Virgin on 18 December 665. appeared to him in person and presented him with a priestly vestment, to reward him for his zeal in honouring her

Bartolomé Esteban Murillo - Apparition of the Virgin for Saint Ildefonsus, c. 1660

Bartolomé Esteban Murillo - Apparition of the Virgin for Saint Ildefonsus, c. 1660

Juan de Borgoña (c. 1470–c. 1534),  The Investiture of Saint Ildefonsus (La casulla de San Ildefonso), 1508–1514  on ArtStack #juan-de-borgona-c-1470-c-1534 #art

The Investiture of Saint Ildefonsus (La casulla de San Ildefonso), 1508–1514 by Juan de Borgoña (c. 1470–c. 1534)

The Investiture of Saint Ildefonsus (La casulla de San Ildefonso), 1508–1514 by Juan de Borgoña (c. 1470–c. 1534). Artwork Type: Painting;

The Ildefonso Altarpiece is a triptych dating to between 1630 and 1631.It is named after the central panel, it shows saint Ildefonsus's vision of the Virgin Mary, in which she gave him a 'casula'. On the side panels are Isabella Clara Eugenia and Albert VII, regents of the Spanish Netherlands, with their patron saints Albert and Elisabeth of Hungary. Albert  founded the Ildefonso Brotherhood in the church of Saint Jacques-sur-Coudenberg in  Brussels, to encourage loyalty to the Habsburg…

The Ildefonso Altarpiece is a triptych dating to between 1630 and 1631.It is named after the central panel, it shows saint Ildefonsus's vision of the Virgin Mary, in which she gave him a 'casula'. On the side panels are Isabella Clara Eugenia and Albert VII, regents of the Spanish Netherlands, with their patron saints Albert and Elisabeth of Hungary. Albert founded the Ildefonso Brotherhood in the church of Saint Jacques-sur-Coudenberg in Brussels, to encourage loyalty to the Habsburg…