One of the seven stained glass windows of the absid, by Louis Barillet, 20th century, Nanterre Cathedral (Cathédrale Sainte-Geneviève-et-Saint-Maurice de Nanterre), 1924 - 1937, by architects Georges Pradelle and Yves-Marie Froidevaux, Nanterre, Hauts-de-Seine, France. Every window describes with three symbols one scene of the Passion : the Eucharist, Agony in the Garden, the Sanhedrin trial of Jesus (Christ Before Caiaphas), Pilate's court, crucifixion of Jesus, the entombment of Christ, the Resurrection of Christ.  Picture by Manuel Cohen

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One of the seven stained glass windows of the absid, by Louis Barillet, 20th century, Nanterre Cathedral (Cathédrale Sainte-Geneviève-et-Saint-Maurice de Nanterre), 1924 - 1937, by architects Georges Pradelle and Yves-Marie Froidevaux, Nanterre, Hauts-de-Seine, France. Every window describes with three symbols one scene of the Passion : the Eucharist, Agony in the Garden, the Sanhedrin trial of Jesus (Christ Before Caiaphas), Pilate's court, crucifixion of Jesus, the entombment...
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