image of Samson and Delilah

Week 3. Vulgata: Samson.

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Supplementary Pages for Vulgata: Samson

Annunciation of Samson's birth, Jean Bondol   Samson slays lion, 14th c.
Samson slays lion, Michiel van der Borch   Samson slays lion, Jean Bondol
Samson slays lion, Lucas Cranach the Elder   Samson and jawbone, 15th century
Samson and jawbone, mid-15th c.   Samson and gate, 15th century
Delilah, 16th century   Samson and Delilah, Jean Bondol (this week's image)
Samson and Delilah, Andrea Mantegna, c. 1500   Blinding of Samson, Rembrandt
Samson blind, Jean Bondol   Samson blind, Michiel van der Borch
Samson blind, late 15th c.   Samson blind, 15th c.
Cecil B. DeMille's Samson and Delilah   Samson blind, mid-15th c.

 


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