Venetian School, Diptych of the Anastasis and the Resurrection of Lazarus

13th-14th century
Galleria Regionale, Palermo, Sicily

On the right Jesus points to Lazarus, who emerges from his tomb. The tomb is pictured as both a monumentum and a sarcophagus set in the ground. Mary of Bethany kneels at Jesus' feet while her sister Martha looks to the miracle. The man in red beside Lazarus holds his nose in anticipation of the smell.

The left panel complements the resurrection of Lazarus with that of Christ: an entombment image in the upper register and an Anastasis in the lower. The ruptured doors conventional in Anastasis images are behind Christ's left foot, which with his right treads upon Satan as he draws Adam out of Hades.

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