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Jesus enters Jerusalem, by Giotto, 14th century.
According to the 19th chapter of the Gospel of Luke, as Jesus approaches Jerusalem, he looks at the city and weeps over it (Luke 19:41) (an event known as Flevit super illam in Latin), foretelling the suffering that awaits the city. The event took place on the Mount of Olives, in the background the Second Temple. E. Simonet MDCCCXCII
Christ enters Jerusalem on an ass. Etching by F.P. Massau after J.F. Overbeck, 1849.
Assisi, Italy. Entry into Jerusalem by Pietro Lorenzetti. Assisi, Lower Basilica, San Francesco, southern transept.
Pietro Di Giovanni D'Ambrogio circa 1410 Entry of Christ to Jerusalem (between 1435 and 1440) tempera on wood.
Woodblock print. Jesus enters Jerusalem. Unknown
Nestorian Temple - Palm Sunday (probably), Khocho, Sinkiang, 683-770 AD. Located in Berlin. Unkown artist of T'ang Dynasty
Georgian: Glorious entry into Jerusalem. Serbian icon.
Mosaiken der Capella Palatina in Palermo, Chirst enters Jerusalem (1150)
Oak marouflaged on plywood. The Osnabrück Altarpiece (detail) Unknown Master, German (active 1370s in Westphalia)
Left Apse: Jesus entering Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. Fresco in the Parish Church of Zirl, Austria.
A painting of Jesus' final entry into Jerusalem, by Jean-Léon Gérôme, 1897.
The Procession in the Streets of Jerusalem between 1886 and 1894 by James Tissot (1836-1902)
Russian ikon painting, mid 1500s
Lippo Memmi (1291–1356) Christ's entry to Jerusalem Century XIV Fresco Duomo di san Gimignano
Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey on Palm Sunday. Gustav Dore (1832-1883)
Christ's entry into Jerusalem. Félix Louis Leullier 1800's.
Christ's entry into Jerusalem, woodcut (1511) by Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528)
Print. Jesus enters Jerusalem. Unknown
Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, fresco transferred to canvas from the hermitage of St. Baudelius of Berlanga (Soria), Indianapolis Museum of Art.
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