|MAGI see THREE KINGS||
Overview of Mary Magdalene's life and devotion to the saint
St. Mary Magdalene at the foot of Christ (washing his feet with her tears and drying them with her hair), stained glass, Convent of Madelonettes of Haganau, c. 1250,Germany © Raguin/MMK
Christ appearing to Mary Magdalene after his resurrection, nave aisle, south, York Minster, 1305-30. © Raguin/MMK
St. Mary Magdalene with ointment jar, stained glass, north Norfolk, 1450-70 (in retardataire style), © The Burrell Collection, Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries.
St. Mary Magdalene at the foot of Christ (Peter is depicted to the right, about to question Christ about this extravagance) © Raguin/MMK, stained glass, Rhineland, c. 1450,The Burrell Collection, Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries.
St. Mary Magdalene,stained glass, Church of Saints Peter and Paul, East Harling, c. 1463-80. © Raguin/MMK
OXCC4 St. Mary Magdalene, Oxford,
All Souls College, Antechapel, 1440s © Raguin/MMK
MARY OF EGYPT
Life of St. Mary of
Egypt © Raguin/MMK, stained glass, window at Auxerre Cathedral,
France, 1230s.(first register) Mary buys loaves of bread that miraculously
will last for years; she leaves the desert, she prays; (second register)
she meets a priest named Zozimas, she received communion from Zozimas,
and finally, clothed in animal skins, she expires in the desert , later
to be found and buried by Zozimas and a lion who digs her grave. .
Overview of Margaret's life and devotion to the saint
St. Margaret, north aisle, St. Denys Walmgate, York, 1350 © Raguin/MMK.
St. Margaret © Raguin/MMK, stained glass, English, from tracery (upper portions) of window, c. 1360, Martin D’Arcy Gallery of Art, Loyola University of Chicago.
St. Margaret refusing to worship idols © Raguin/MMK, stained glass, Cathedral of Clermont-Ferrand, France, 1250
St. Margaret stripped and scourged © Raguin/MMK, stained glass, Cathedral of Clermont-Ferrand, France, 1250
St Margaret, La Trinite Vendome, late 15th century
OXAS4 St. Margaret (standing over dragon), Oxford, Christ Church, 1330-50 © Raguin/MMK
OXCC3 St. Margaret, Oxford, Christ Church,
1330-50 © Raguin/MMK
St. Michael, south transept, York Minster, 1440 © Raguin/MMK.