Tiberio di Assisi
Crucifixion with Saints Francis, Clare, Anthony, and Leonard
Tempera on panel
Museum of the Basilica of St. Francis
At bottom left and right two groups of penitentes, the back of one on the left showing multitudinous scourge marks, pray to Christ on the Cross.
St. Leonard is identified by the shackles in his right hand; Anthony, by the Antonine habit, black pig, and tau-top staff with bell; Francis, by his habit and stigmata; Clare, by the lily stalk, book, and (unusually) a rosary divided as in modern times into five decades with a crucifix and beads for the introductory prayers.
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Photographed at the museum by Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.