Lion Relief with the Coronation of the Virgin

Circa 1200
Castile-Léon
The Cloisters, New York City

The first three figures on the left above the lion represent the coronation of the Virgin. The next figure to the right of them is St. Leonard leading the captives from prison.

Also see: same relief from the right and from the front.

More of the Coronation of the Virgin
More of St. Leonard

Photo: Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.