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  • An agreement of the Council of the Inquisition describes how, after various consultations with the different local courts, it was decided to ban a series of paintings on the grounds that they might incur false dogmas



    In November 1571 the Council of the Inquisition sent to different local inquisitions an agreement which banned a series of paintings and prints on the grounds that they might incur false dogmas.

    Conflict
    Lutheran
    Mention
    Madrid, 1571
    Subject
    Crucifix ; Passion of Christ ; Schola Cordis
  • Painting of the crucifix described in an edict of the Inquisition of Mexico

    Mexico City


    Edict of the Holy Office of Mexico describing some cavases that allegedly entered the kingdom and recommending that they be collected so that they do not continue to circulate. The Inquisition express the fear that the images convey Lutheran errors.

    Conflict
    Lutheran
    Mention
    Mexico City, 28. April 1574
    Subject
    Crucifix ; Schola Cordis
  • The Crucifix is just a stick

    Aragon


    It’s indicated that Juan Guadalid said that the Christians believe in “that” stick because was believed that they worshipped on the crosses that were on the roads, which were made of sticks.

    Conflict
    Morisco
    Mention
    Aragon, 1589
    Subject
    Cross ; Crucifix
  • A crucifix is like a donkey

    Aragon


    A morisco, Gabriel Royo, said that he did not see the donkey, meaning by that the crucifix

    Conflict
    Morisco
    Mention
    Aragon, 1585
    Subject
    Crucifix
  • Disbelief in the image of the crucifix

    Aragon


    Jeanne d’Obaque, from the Béarn area, disbelieving in the image of the crucifix, hit the object several times

    Conflict
    Iconoclasm/Critic to image cult Lutheran
    Mention
    Aragon, 1575
    Subject
    Crucifix
  • Diego Gosqui does not believe what the Christians say of the crucifix and tramples over it

    Aragon


    Diego Gosqui, a Morisco, does not believe in the image of the crucifix declaring ironically that if it had any power, it would rise.

    Conflict
    Morisco Trampling over images
    Mention
    Aragon, 1575?
    Subject
    Crucifix
  • A punishment for having destroyed a “humilladero” and a crucifix

    Aragon


    Luis Rebollo and Juan Cigueba, two Moriscos, were ordered to pay for a new cross

    Conflict
    Morisco
    Mention
    Aragon, 1574
    Subject
    Crucifix
  • Anna Ynes does not believe in the image of the crucifix

    Aragon


    The Old Christian Anna Ynes called “christianellos” the people who have in their ceremony the crucifix close to the bed when is given to the sick the extreme unction.

    Conflict
    Not corresponding with Church rite Offensive
    Mention
    Aragon, 1570
    Subject
    Crucifix
  • Rodrigo de Velasco mocked a sculpted and painted image of the crucifix which was in the prison

    Aragon


    The Portuguese Rodrigo de Velasco was denounced by a prison companion

    Conflict
    Derision/Blasphemy Iconoclasm/Critic to image cult
    Mention
    Aragon, 1570
    Subject
    Crucifix
  • Painting of the crucifix described in the letter of the Suprema to the inquisition in Valencia

    Valencia


    Letter of the Suprema to the Inquisitors of the town of Valencia describing some canvases that allegedly entered the kingdom and recommending that they be collected so that they do not continue to circulate.

    Conflict
    Lutheran
    Mention
    Valencia, 3. October 1571
    Subject
    Crucifix ; Schola Cordis