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Comparative Law in the Courtroom and Classroom : The Story of the Last Thirty-Five Years
The Bible's Gospel books offer accounts of the life of Jesus Christ and consequently they have been considered among the most important texts from antiquity onward. This essay uses iconographic methodology and historical contextualization to analyze a selective group of portraits and depictions of the Bible's four Gospel Evangelists: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Art historical literature has addressed Evangelist portraits, but has tended to focus on formal characteristics. This essay presentsdoi:10.5040/9781472559371.ch-003 fatcat:qjuc2lkfvfgmbniporjjxjojnu