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1. The fool says in his heart, ‘there is no God.’ Psalm 52, Psalter and Hours of Bonne of Luxembourg, Paris, ca. 1340. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cloisters Collection 69.86, fol. 83v. (Photo: © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, New York)

2. The torture of Saint John. Paris Apocalypse, England, ca. 1245–55. Paris, BN ms. fr. 403, fol. 2. (Photo: Bibliothèque Nationale)

3. Isaac of Norwich, Mosse Mokke, and Avegaye. Receipt Roll of the Jews, Hilary and Easter terms, 1233. London, National Archives E 401/1565 M1 (Photo: National Archives)

4. The Jewish sage and Merlin in the Jew's shop. Detail, Cantiga 108, Cantigas de Santa Maria, Spain, ca. 1280. Madrid, El Escorial, Biblioteca de San Lorenzo el Real ms. T.I.1, fol. 155v. (Photo: Edilan-Ars Libris)
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5. A pious son, murderous father, and distressed wife. Detail, Cantiga 108, Cantigas de Santa Maria, Spain, ca. 1280. Madrid, El Escorial, Biblioteca de San Lorenzo el Real ms. T.I.1, fol. 155v. (Photo: Edilan-Ars Libris)
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6. Merlin uses the deformed Jewish boy to convert Jews. Detail, Cantiga 108, Cantigas de Santa Maria, Spain, ca. 1280. Madrid, El Escorial, Biblioteca de San Lorenzo el Real ms. T.I.1, fol. 155v. (Photo: Edilan-Ars Libris)
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7. The proper way to pray: Saint Bernard prays toward a crucifix. Psalter and Hours of Bonne of Luxembourg, Paris, ca. 1340. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cloisters Collection 69.86, fol. 295. (Photo: © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, New York)

8. The proper way to pray: two Christians pray toward the crucified Christ. Psalter and Hours of Bonne of Luxembourg, Paris, ca. 1340. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cloisters Collection 69.86, fol. 329. (Photo: © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, New York)

9. Janus. January calendar page, Psalter and Hours of Bonne of Luxembourg, Paris, ca. 1340. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cloisters Collection 69.86, fol. 1v. (Photo: © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, New York)

10. A monstrous grotesque wearing a miter. October calendar page, Psalter and Hours of Bonne of Luxembourg, Paris, ca. 1340. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cloisters Collection 69.86, fol. 11. (Photo: © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, New York)

11. “Why do you hide your face from me and consider me your enemy?” Maastricht Psalter, Netherlands, ca. 1320. London, BL ms. Stowe 17, fols. 205v–206. (Photo: © The British Library Board)

12. The wound of Christ. Psalter and Hours of Bonne of Luxembourg, Paris, ca. 1340. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cloisters Collection 69.86, fol. 331. (Photo: © The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Art Resource, New York)

13. Emperor Henry VII accepts a scroll of the law from a Roman Jew. Codex Trevirensis, Germany, 1341. Koblenz, Landeshauptarchiv Balduineum I, Best 1 C, Nr. 1, fol. 24r. (Photo: Foto Marburg/Art Resource, New York)


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