Sacred and Legendary Art, by Anna Brownell Jameson et al.

  • I – Introduction
    • Of the Origin and General Significance of the Legends Represented in Art
    • Of the Distinction to be Drawn Between the Devotional and the Historical Subjects
    • Of Certain Patron Saints Who are Commonly Grouped Together in Works of Art, or Who Belong to Particular Countries, Cities, or Localities
    • Of Certain Emblems and Attributes
    • Of the Significance of Colors
  • II – Of Angels and Archangels
    • Angels
    • Archangels
  • III – The Four Evangelists
    • The Earliest Types
    • Saint Matthew
    • Saint Mark
    • Saint Luke
    • Saint John
    • The Six Writers of the Canonical Epistles
  • IV – The Twelve Apostles
    • Ancient Types
    • Saint Peter and Saint Paul
    • Saint Peter
    • Saint Paul
    • Saint Andrew
    • Saint James the Great
    • Saint Philip
    • Saint Bartholomew
    • Saint Thomas
    • Saint James Minor
    • Saint Simon Zelotes and Saint Jude
    • Siant Matthias
    • Judas Iscariot
    • The Last Supper
    • Faults and Mistakes Committed by Painters in Representing the Last Supper
    • Saint Barnabas
  • V – The Doctors of the Church
    • The Four Latin Fathers
    • Saint Jerome
    • Saint Ambrose
    • Saint Augustine
    • Saint Gregory
    • The Four Greek Fathers
    • Saint John Chrysostom
    • Saint Basil the Great
    • Saint Athanasius
    • Saint Gregory Nazianzen
    • Saint Cyril
  • VI – Saint Mary Magdelene, Saint Martha, Saint Lazarus, Saint Maximin, Saint Marcella, Saint Mary of Egypt, and the Beatified Penitents
    • Saint Mary Magdalene
    • Saint Martha
    • Saint Lazarus
    • Saint Mary of Egypt
    • Mary the Penitent
    • Saint Thais and Saint Pelagia
  • VII – The Patron Saints of Christendom
    • Saint George of Cappadocia
    • Saint Sebastian
    • Saint Roch
    • Saint Cosmo and Saint Damian
    • Saint Christopher
    • Saint Nicholas of Myra
  • VIII – The Virgin Patronesses
    • Saint Catherine of Alexandria
    • Saint Barbara
    • Saint Ursula
    • Saint Margaret
  • IX – The Early Martyrs
    • Martyrs and their Effigies
    • The Innocents
    • Saint Stephen
    • Saint Laurence
    • Saint Hippolytus
    • Saint Vincent
    • Saint Vitus
  • X – The Greek Martyrs
    • Saint Thecla
    • Saint Euphemai of Calcedonia
    • Saint Perpetua
    • Saint Phocas of Sinope
    • Saint Pantaleion of Nicomedia
    • Saint Dorothea of Cappadocia
    • Saint Cyprian and Saint Justina of Antioch
    • Saint Apollonia of Alexandria
    • The Seven Sleepers of Ephesus
  • XI – The Latin Martyrs
    • Saint Cecilia
    • Saint Agnes
    • Saint Agatha
    • Saint Lucia
    • Character and Expression Proper to the Four Great Virgins
  • XII – The Roman Martyrs
    • The Old Churches of Rome
    • Saint Praxedes and Saint Pudentiana
    • The “Quattro Coronati”
    • Saint Clement
    • Saint Bibiana
    • Saint John and Saint Paul, Brothers
    • Saint Nereus and Saint Achilleus
    • Saint Cesareo
    • Saint Balbina
    • Saint Sabina
    • Saint Prisca
    • Saint Peter and Saint Marcellinus
    • Saint Aglae and Saint Boniface
    • Saint Alexis
    • Saint Martina
    • Saint Anastasia and Saint Chrysogonus
    • Saint Pancras
    • Saint Susanna
    • Saint Chrysanthus and Saint Daria
    • Saint Eugenia
    • Saint Felicitas and Her Seven Sons
    • Saint Veronica
  • XIII – Martyrs of Tuscany, Lombardy, Spain, and France
    • Saint Reparata of Florence
    • Saint Verdiana and Saint Miniato of Florence
    • Saint Ansano of Siena
    • Saint Fina of San Gemignano
    • Saint Torpe, Saint Ephesus, and Saint Potitus of Pisa
    • Saint Julian of Rimini
    • Saint Gervarius and Saint Protasius of Milan, and Their Father, Saint Vitalis of Ravenna
    • Saint Nabo and Saint Felix, Saint Nazarius and Saint Celsus of Milan
    • Saint Lupo, Saint Adelaide, Saint Grata, and Saint Alexander of Bergamo
    • Saint Julia, Saint Panacea, Saint Faustino, and Saint Giovita of Brescia
    • Saint Afra of Brescia, and Saint Afra of Augsburg
    • Saint Christina of Bolsena
    • Saint Justina of Padua
    • Saint Filomena
    • Saint Omobuono of Cremona
    • Saint Justa and Saint Rufina of Seville
    • Saint Eulalia of Merida
    • Saint Locadia of Toledo
    • Saint Crispin and Crispianus of Soissons
  • XIV – The Early Bishops
    • Their Importance in Ancient Ecclesiastical Art
    • Saint Sylvester, Pope
    • Saint Ignatius Theophorus of Antioch
    • Saint Blaise of Sebaste
    • Saint Cyprian of Carthage
    • Saint Erasmus of Formia
    • Saint Apollinaris of Ravenna
    • Saint Donato of Arezzo
    • Saint Zenobio of Florence
    • Saint Regulus and Saint Frediano of Lucca
    • Saint Zeno of Verona
    • Saint Geminianus of Modena
    • Saint Ercolano and Saint Costanzo of Perugia
    • Saint Petronius of Bologna
    • Saint Proculus of Bologna
    • Saint Mercuriale of Forli
    • Saint Romulo of Fiesole
    • Saint Maurelio of Ferrara
    • Saint Casciano of Imola
    • Saint Gaudenzio of Rimini
    • Saint Siro of Pavia
    • Saint Abbondio of Como
    • Saint Hilary of Parma
    • Saint Januarius of Naples
  • XV – French Bishops
    • Saint Denis of France
    • Other Headless Bishops
    • Saint Martin of Tours
    • Saint Eloy of Noyon
    • Saint Lambert of Maestricht
    • Saint Hubert of Liege
    • Spanish Bishops
  • XVI – The Hermit Saints
    • Hermits of the East
    • Saint Anthony and Saint Paul
    • Saint Onofrio
    • Saint Ephrem
    • Saint Hilarion
    • Saint Macarius
    • Saint Marina
    • Hermits of the West
    • Saint Ranieri
    • Saint Julian Hospitator
    • Saint Leonard
    • Saint Giles
    • Saint Procopius
    • Saint Genevieve of Paris
    • Saint Isidore the Laborer
    • Saint Gudula of Brussels
  • XVII – The Warrior Saints of Christendom
    • Beauty and Importance of the Figures of the Military Martyrs
    • Saint Theodore and other Greek Warriors
    • Saint Maurice and the Theban Legion
    • Saint Gereon, Saint Secundus, Saint Alexander and Others
    • Saint Longinus the Centurion
    • Saint Victor of Marseilles and Saint Victor of Milan
    • Saint Eustace
    • Saint Quirinus
    • Saint Florian
    • Saint Hippolytus
    • Saint Proculus
    • Saint Quintin
    • Saint Adrian and Saint Natalia
  • Appendices
    • Author’s Preface to the 1st Edition
    • Author’s Preface to the 3rd Edition
    • Editor’s Preface
    • Memoir of Anna Jameson
    • List of Anna Jameson’s Works
    • Authorities Referred to by the Author
    • Authorities Consulted by the Editor
    • About This Ebook