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E86 – Stations of the Cross


As they were going out, they met a man from Cyrene, named Simon, and they forced him to carry the cross. They came to a place called Golgotha.” (Matthew XXVII, 32 – 33)


The Gospels use the Koine term Kraníon (Κρανίον) when testifying to the place outside Jerusalem where Jesus was crucified, also known as Golgotha. Kraníon is often translated as “Skull” in English, but more accurately means Cranium, the part of the skull enclosing the brain. In Latin it is rendered Calvariae Locus, from which the English term Calvary derives. In the Breda catalog it is referred to as ‘the main squint’ which means “the place of the skull.”

This work was made in Totoral (Argentina) between the 14th of February and the 14th of March 1940.

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Signed : Yes Breda catalog number : E86
Condition : Good Number available : 1
Gospel : Matthew XXVII, 32 -34

Mark XV, 21 – 23

Luke XXIII, 26 – 33

John XIX, 17

Year of creation : 1940
Dimensions : 32,5 x 40 cm


Additional information

Weight 0,1 kg
Dimensions 40 × 32,5 × 0,155 cm
Processing fee

Processing fee is 3,4%