The Trinity Adored by All Saints: Detail, the Trinity
This small section of the altarpiece nevertheless presents every imaginable object or implement involved in the Passion. I am guessing that the two standing garments are the one over which the soldiers cast lots (Matthew 27:35) and the one in which Jesus was buried. From left to right we also see
The crucifixion scene is typical of the late medieval. The thieves twist in agony, their arms pinioned behind the crosspieces. Jesus has died and his arms sag from the weight of his body. Blood flows from the five wounds, and a symbolic pelican in the nest above revives its young with its own blood.
the nails held in a disembodied hand
the pillar at which Jesus was scourged, surmounted by the crown of thorns
the spear that pierced his side, flanked by two cudgels
the sponge on a pole
the tongs for removing the nails
the ladder used to take Jesus down after his death
an axe, hammer, and bucket below Veronica's veil, below which is the rooster that crowed when St. Peter denied knowing Jesus
a tuba and shofar.
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Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum by Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.