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Kolorerad skioptikonbild med religiöst motiv. Jesus med lamm.

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Kolorerad skioptikonbild med religiöst motiv. Jesus med lamm.

The Crown of Thorns is a biblical reference to the crown of thorns that was placed on the head of Jesus Christ during his crucifixion. According to the Bible, Roman soldiers placed a crown of thorns on Jesus' head and mocked him, calling him the "King of the Jews." The crown of thorns is often depicted in Christian art as a symbol of the suffering and sacrifice of Jesus Christ. It is also believed to represent the sins of humanity and the pain and suffering that Christ endured in order to redeem humanity. The actual crown of thorns is said to have been made from a plant called the "spina Christi," which is a type of thorn bush that is native to the Middle East. The crown of thorns is believed to have been taken to Rome after the crucifixion and is said to have been housed in the Basilica di Santa Croce in Gerusalemme, which is a church in Rome. Today, replicas of the Crown of Thorns are kept in various churches around the world, and it remains a powerful symbol of Christ's sacrifice and the love of God for humanity.

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01/01/1880 - 01/01/1890
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