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Ecce Homo

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A painting by Correggʹio of our Lord crowned with thorns and bound with ropes, as He was shown to the people by Pilate, who said to them, “Eccë homo!” (Behold the man!) (John xix. 5.)

Other conceptions of this subject, either painted or engraved, are by Albert Durer (1471–1528), Titian (1477–1576), Cigoli (1559–1613), Guido (1574–1642), Albani (1578–1660), Vandyck (1599–1641), Rembrandt (1608–1669), Poussin (1613–1675), and some others.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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