The Betrayer

When it was evening, he reclined at table with the Twelve. And while they were eating, he said, “Amen, I say to you, one of you will betray me.” Deeply distressed at this, they began to say to him one after another, “Surely it is not I, Lord?” He said in reply, “He who has dipped his hand into the dish with me is the one who will betray me. The Son of Man indeed goes, as it is written of him, but woe to that man by whom the Son of Man is betrayed. It would be better for that man if he had never been born.” Then Judas, his betrayer, said in reply, “Surely it is not I, Rabbi?” He answered, “You have said so.”

-Matthew 36: 20-25

“The Last Supper” by Michiel Coxie (I) (Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1499–1592 Mechelen) , probably, Related to a 1523 print of the Last Supper by Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg), Related to an engraving of the Last Supper by Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian, Argini (?) ca. 1480–before 1534 Bologna (?)), Related to paintings by Pieter Coecke van Aelst (Netherlandish, Aelst 1502–1550 Brussels) and his pupil, Willem Key, Related to an embroidered orphrey by Barthélemy van den Kerckhove (Judas, Christ, vessel on floor), Woven by Unknown, Flemish, Brussels via The Metropolitan Museum of Art is licensed under CC0 1.0
“The Last Supper” by Michiel Coxie (I) (Netherlandish, Mechelen ca. 1499–1592 Mechelen) , probably, Related to a 1523 print of the Last Supper by Albrecht Dürer (German, Nuremberg 1471–1528 Nuremberg), Related to an engraving of the Last Supper by Marcantonio Raimondi (Italian, Argini (?) ca. 1480–before 1534 Bologna (?)), Related to paintings by Pieter Coecke van Aelst (Netherlandish, Aelst 1502–1550 Brussels) and his pupil, Willem Key, Related to an embroidered orphrey by Barthélemy van den Kerckhove (Judas, Christ, vessel on floor), Woven by Unknown, Flemish, Brussels via The Metropolitan Museum of Art is licensed under CC0 1.0

 

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