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1. Jews invite university students to turn to heresy and worship a cat. Commentary to III Kings 11:1–9, Bible moralisée, Paris, ca. 1220–25. Vienna ÖNB cod. 2554, fol. 50vd. (Photo: Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna)

2. Royal Portal, West façade, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1145. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

3. Prophet with cap. Detail, Royal Portal, West façade, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1145. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

4. Peering Hebrew elders. Lintel, north door, Royal Portal, West façade, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1145. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

5. The Prophet Amos with hat and scroll. North rose window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1235. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

6. The Prophet Samuel. North porch central portal, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1215–30. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

7. The Prophet Ezechiel carrying John the Evangelist. South transept lancet, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1221–30. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

8. Job on the dunghill tormented by demons and lectured by three friends. North transept right portal tympanum, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1194–1230. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

9. Judgment of Solomon. North transept right portal lintel, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1194–1230. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

10. Joseph cast into the well and sold to slavers. Joseph window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1205–15. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

11. The Prodigal Son asks for his inheritance. Prodigal Son window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1205–15. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

12. The father of the Prodigal Son gives him coins and a cup. Prodigal Son window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1205–15. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

13. The Prodigal Son with a courtesan and serving boy. Prodigal Son window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1205–15. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

14. The Prodigal Son asks a landowner for work. Prodigal Son window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1205–15. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

15. The brother of the Prodigal Son protests to his father. Prodigal Son window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1205–15. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

16. The killing of the fatted calf. Prodigal Son window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1205–15. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

17. Synagoga blindfolded by a snake. Symbolic Redemption (or Passion Typological) window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1205–15. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

18. Jewish doctors of the law debate Saint Stephen. Saint Stephen window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1220–25. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

19. Pagan magicians debate Saints Simon and Jude. Saints Simon and Jude window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1220–25. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

20. Hermogenes sends a messenger to Saint James. Saint James the Greater window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1210–25. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

21. Constantine orders sacrifices to an idol. Saint Sylvester window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1210–25. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

22. A Jewish moneylender. Saint Nicholas pedagogical window, Bay 14, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1215–25. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

23. The Christian borrower swears a false oath. Saint Nicholas pedagogical window, Bay 14, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1215–25. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

24. A money changer and his client. Saint Joseph window, donor panel, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1205–15. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

25. The stoning of Saint Stephen. Saint Stephen window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1220–25. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

26. Cain kills Abel. Good Samaritan window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1205–15. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)

27. A priest’s hand withers as he touches the coffin of Mary. Glorification of the Virgin window, Chartres Cathedral, ca. 1205–15. (Photo: © Painton Cowan)


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