Christ in the House of Mary and Martha. The Last Supper. The Supper at Emmaus. Ulm, c.1520. Lime wood with old polychromy. These three groups depict scenes from the life of Christ in which he appears at a meal table. They would originally have formed part of the predella (lower zone) of a large carved altar. The three table scenes refer to the celebration of Mass, when bread and wine are presented at the altar as the body and blood of Christ.

Christ in the House of Mary and Martha. The Last Supper. The Supper at Emmaus. Ulm, c.1520. Lime wood with old polychromy. These three groups depict scenes from the life of Christ in which he appears at a meal table. They would originally have formed part of the predella (lower zone) of a large carved altar. The three table scenes refer to the celebration of Mass, when bread and wine are presented at the altar as the body and blood of Christ. Stock Photo
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World History Archive / Alamy Stock Photo

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4420 x 4744 px | 37.4 x 40.2 cm | 14.7 x 15.8 inches | 300dpi

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7 March 2014

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Christ in the House of Mary and Martha. The Last Supper. The Supper at Emmaus. Ulm, c.1520. Lime wood with old polychromy. These three groups depict scenes from the life of Christ in which he appears at a meal table. They would originally have formed part of the predella (lower zone) of a large carved altar. The three table scenes refer to the celebration of Mass, when bread and wine are presented at the altar as the body and blood of Christ.