Re: Re: reorganisation and destruction of irish catholic churches
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Returning to the question of crucifixion iconography in Irish sources, here we present Codex Bodmer 68, foglio 154v, kept now in the Martin Bodmer foundation in Cologny. the codex originally belonged to the Canons of the Jakobusberg bei Mainz. The Codex came into the Bodmer collection on 24 June 1969 when it (no. 39) was bought from the Chester Beaty Collecton in Dublin.
The Codex is entitled: Institutio canonum Aquisgranensis seu Amelarius Trevirensis and dates from about 860.
Here we have the crucifixion: