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The scourging scene is very similar to that written by Emmerich

The scourging scene is very similar to that written by Emmerich

“the luxurious and effeminate prince turned away in disgust, uttered the name of God, and said to the priests in a tone of mingled pity and contempt, ‘Take him hence, and bring him not back into my presence in such a deplorable state.’”

“But he spoke in the most contemptuous manner to Jesus, and turning to the guards and servants who surrounded him, and who were about two hundred in number, said: ‘Take away this fool, and pay him that homage which is his due; he is mad, rather than guilty of any crime.’”

Jesus is scourged against a pillar in the center of a courtyard. The scourging culminates with the use of chains with barbs that tear chunks off his back. Jesus is then rotated so the soldiers can scourge the other side. Mary is prominent throughout the scene as if exhorting Jesus.

Jesus falls multiple times while carrying the cross (These correspond to the 3 rd , 7 th , and 9 th Stations of the Cross

“This pillar, placed in the centre of the court, stood alone, and did not serve to sustain any part of the building”

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