Female Saints in a Predella

15th century?
The Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum of Art

The saints are identified by the labels above their heads and in most cases also by attributes. Left to right: Ursula (palm branch), Barbara (tower), Lucy (lamp?), Clare (dressed as abbess with crozier), Cecilia (organ), illegible (no attribute other than a book), Mary of Egypt (hair).

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More of St. Ursula
More of St. Barbara
More of St. Lucy
More of St. Clare
More of St. Cecilia
More of St. Mary of Egypt

Photographed at the Cloisters by Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.