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The Sword of Judith

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Kevin R. Brine
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Elena Ciletti
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Henrike Lähnemann

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Title-page to the Book of Judith in a 15th century German Bible, workshop of Diebold Lauber (1441-1449) Heidelberg University Library, Cpg 21, fol. 70v (http://diglit.ub.uniheidelberg.de/​diglit/​cpg21/​) cover

Abraham Bosse, Judith Femme Forte, 1645

Abraham Bosse, Judith Femme Forte, 1645

Engraving in Lescalopier, Les predications.

Photo credit: Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. Ii

2.1. Odecha ki anafta bi, 1434. Hebrew poem on Judith. Hamburg miscellany, Cod. Heb. 37, fol. 81, Mainz (?). Photo credit: Deborah Levine Gera. 35

Hans Holbein, Judith, 1546

Hans Holbein, Judith, 1546

Woodcut from Sefer Yossipon. Zürich, Christophe Froschauer.

Photo credit: Wiesemann, 2002, Abb. 5 (K 11). 69

4.1. Workshop of Ludwig Henfflin, German Bible, ca. 1479. Heidelberg University Library, Cpg 17, fol. 255v. Photo credit: Heidelberger historische Bestände – digital (http://diglit.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/​) 72

4.2. Herrad of Hohenbourg, Hortus Deliciarum, fol. 60r, 1167–85. Photo credit: Green II, p. 99. 77

5.1. Hanukkah-Story, 16th century. Paris, Bibliothèque nationale 1459.2. 90

7.1. Shalom bar Abraham, Shmue fun der vrume Shoshane, 1571. Title page. Cracow. Photo credit: National Library of Israel. 128

7.2. Zurich Bible, 1536. Woodcuts by Hans Holbein the Younger (1497–1543). Photo credit: The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations. 132

7.3. Jean Jacques Boissard, Icones virorum illustrium, 1597–99. Engraving by Theodor de Bry. Frankfurt am Main. Photo credit: The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations. 136

Hans Holbein, Judith, 1538. Woodcut from Biblia Latina. Icones, Lyon. Photo credit: Wiesemann, 2002, Abb. 4 (K 10). 151

10.1. Ci baigne Judi, ca. 1245. Judith-Window D-126. Sainte-Chapelle, Paris, Judith-Window. Photo credit: Centre des Monuments Nationaux, Paris. 198

10.2. Ci prie Judit dieu quele puist enginier, ca. 1245. Judith-Window D-136. Sainte-Chapelle, Paris. Photo credit: Centre des Monuments Nationaux, Paris. 199

13.1. German Miscellany, early 15th century. Washington, Library of Congress, Rosenwald Collection MS 4, fol. 8r. Photo credit: The Library of Congress. 244

13.2. Judith-song In the tune of the song about the battle at Pavia, ca. 1560. Cover. Strasbourg: Christian Müller. Photo credit: Bibliotheca Palatina, Micro-Fiche F5290. 247

Elisabetta Sirani, Judith Triumphant, ca. 1658.

Elisabetta Sirani, Judith Triumphant, ca. 1658.

Burghley House, Stamford, UK.

Photo credit: G.E.M.A. (Grande Enciclopedia Multimediale dellArte). 273

15.1. Judith, Humilitas, and Jael, Speculum Virginum, ca. 1140. London, British Library, MS Arundel 44, fol. 34v. © British Library Board. 276

15.2. Perpetuas Ladder, Speculum Virginum, ca. 1140. London, British Library, MS Arundel 44, fol. 93v. © British Library Board. 280

15.3. The Three Types of Women, Speculum Virginum, ca. 1140. London, British Library, MS Arundel 44, fol. 70r. © British Library Board. 285

15.4. The Quadriga, Speculum Virginum, ca. 1140. London, British Library, MS Arundel 44, fol. 46r. © British Library Board. 287

15.5. De laudibus sanctae crucis, ca. 1170. Munich, Staatsbibliothek, Clm. 14159, fol. 6r, Regensburg-Prüfening. Photo credit: urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb00018415-2 © Bayerische Staatsbibliothek. 289

16.1. Lorenzo Ghiberti, Detail of Judith and Holofernes from the Gates of Paradise, 1425–1452. Baptistry, Florence, Italy. Photo credit: Timothy McCarthy/Art Resource, NY. 295

16.2. Sandro Botticelli, Judith, ca. 1472. Uffizi, Florence, Italy. Photo credit: Scala/Art Resource, NY. 296

16.3. Antonio del Pollaiuolo, Judith, ca. 1470 (bronze with traces of gilding). The Detroit Institute of Arts/Gift of Eleanor Clay Ford, Detroit, MI. Photo credit: The Bridgeman Art Library. 297

16.4. Baccio Baldini, Judith with the Head of Holofernes. The British Museum. Photo credit: © The Trustees of the British Museum. 298

16.5. The Master of Marradi, Florentine, Judith and Holofernes, 15th century. The Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH. Photo credit: The Dayton Art Institute. 298

16.6. Andrea Mantegna, Judith, 1491. National Gallery of Art, Widener Collection, Washington, DC. Photo credit: G.E.M.A. (Grande Enciclopedia Multimediale dellArte). 299

17.1. Donatello, Judith and Holofernes, 1457–64. Palazzo della Signoria, Florence, Italy. Photo credit: Scala/Art Resource. 308

17.2. Donatello, bronze David, late 1430s?. Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Florence, Italy. Photo credit: Erich Lessing/Art Resource, NY. 309

17.3. Ambrogio Lorenzetti, Justice, from Allegory of the Good Government, 1338–40. Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, Italy. Photo credit: Scala/Art Resource, NY. 315

17.4. Anonymous, Fresco of Judit Ebrea, Aristotle, and Solomon, ca. 1463–65. Palazzo del Comune, Lucignano, Italy. Photo credit: Elena Ciletti. 317

17.5. Niccolò Fiorentino, style of (Ambrogio & Mattia della Robbia?): Girolamo Savonarola, Dominican Preacher [obverse]; Italy Threatened by the Hand of God [reverse], ca. 1497. National Gallery of Art, Samuel H. Kress Collection, Washington, DC. Photo credit: © 2008 Board of Trustees, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. 319

17.6. Anonymous, The Martyrdom of Savonarola, 15th century. Museo di S. Marco, Florence, Italy. Photo credit: Scala/Art Resource, NY. 321

17.7. Play of Iudith Hebrea staged in 1518. Title-page. Florence, 1589. National Art Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum. Photo credit: Sarah Blake McHam. 322

18.1. Judiths upper body and right hand with sword from Donatello, Judith and Holofernes, 1457–64. Palazzo della Signoria, Florence, Italy. Photo credit: Scala/Art Resource, NY. 326

18.2. Athena Armed as Athena Parthenos, Third century b.c.e. Musée du Louvre MR285, Paris. Photo credit: Réunion des Musées Nationaux/Art Resource, NY. 333

18.3. Michelangelo, Judith with the Head of Holofernes, 1509–11. Sistine Chapel, Vatican City, pendentive fresco; (left) detail of the same. Photo credit: G.E.M.A. (Grande Enciclopedia Multimediale dellArte). 334

18.4. Giorgio Vasari, Judith and Holofernes, ca. 1554. Saint Louis Art Museum, St. Louis. Photo credit: Saint Louis Art Museum, Friends Fund and funds given in honor of Betty Greenfield Grossman. 336

18.5. Michelangelo, Libyan Sibyl, 1515. Sistine Chapel, Vatican City. Photo credit: Erich Lessing/Art Resource, NY. 337

18.6. Artemisia Gentileschi, Judith Slaying Holofernes, ca. 1620. Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence; (left) detail of the same showing Judiths left lower arm with cameo bracelet. Photo credit: G.E.M.A. (Grande Enciclopedia Multimediale dellArte). 339

18.7. Artemisia Gentileschi, Judith with Her Maidservant, ca. 1613–14. Galleria Palatina, Palazzo Pitti, Florence; (bottom left) detail of the same showing cameo ornament (brooch?) in Judiths hair; (bottom right) detail of the same showing sword hilt with head of Medusa. Photo credit: G.E.M.A. (Grande Enciclopedia Multimediale dellArte). 341

19.1. Giovanni Guerra and Cesare Nebbia, Judith Cycle, 1588–89. Palazzo Lateranense, Rome. Photo credit: Elena Ciletti. 347

19.2. Guerra and Nebbia, 5th bay, Judith Cycle, 1588–89. Palazzo Lateranense, Rome. Photo credit: Elena Ciletti. 348

19.3. Guerra and Nebbia, 6th bay, Judith Cycle, detail, 1588–89. Palazzo Lateranense, Rome. Photo credit: Elena Ciletti. 348

19.4. Bartolomeo Tortoletti, Ivditha Vindex et Vindicata, 1628. Title page. London, British Library, 11409.gg.17. Photo credit: © British Library Board. 353

19.5. Diego de Celada, Ivdith Illustris perpetuo commentario, 1635. Title page. London, British Library, L.17.e.8.(2.). © British Library Board. 354

19.6. Giovanni Guerra, Judith Praised by the High Priest, ca. 1606. Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York. Photo credit: Avery Library, Drawings and Archives Department. 359

19.7. Lionello Spada, Judith Beheading Holofernes, ca. 1615. Basilica della Madonna della Ghiara, Reggio Emilia. Photo credit: G.E.M.A. (Grande Enciclopedia Multimediale dellArte). 361

19.8. Giovanni Caroto, Virgin Annunciate, ca. 1508. Museo del Castelvecchio, Verona. Photo credit: ARTstor, 103-41822000556140. 364

19.9. Domenichino, Judith Triumphant, ca. 1628. Bandini Chapel, San Silvestro al Quirinale, Rome. Photo credit: G.E.M.A. (Grande Enciclopedia Multimediale dellArte). 364

Thomas Theodor Heine, comic drawings for Johann Nestroys Judith, 1908. 369

20.1. Giovanni Battista Vanni or Cecco Bravo, Judith. Villa Poggio Imperiale, Florence. Photo credit: G.E.M.A. (Grande Enciclopedia Multimediale dellArte). 375

24.1. Paul Hillemacher, Judith (1876). Paris: H. Lemoine. Photo credit: Jann Pasler. 436

24.2. Charles Lefebvre, Judith (1877). Paris: F. Makar. Photo credit: Jann Pasler. 438

24.3. Charles Lefebvre, Judith (1877). Paris: F. Makar. Photo credit: Jann Pasler. 441

24.4. Paul Hillemacher, Judith (1876). Paris: H. Lemoine. Photo credit: Jann Pasler. 444

24.5. Veronge de la Nux, Judith (1876). Paris: H. Lemoine. Photo credit: Jann Pasler. 446

24.6. Camille Saint-Saëns, Samson et Dalila (1868–77, 1890, 1892). Paris: Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. Photo credit: Jann Pasler. 449

Table des illustrations

Titre Abraham Bosse, Judith Femme Forte, 1645
Légende Engraving in Lescalopier, Les predications.
Crédits Photo credit: Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. Ii
URL http://books.openedition.org/obp/docannexe/image/982/img-1.jpg
Fichier image/jpeg, 492k
Titre Hans Holbein, Judith, 1546
Légende Woodcut from Sefer Yossipon. Zürich, Christophe Froschauer.
URL http://books.openedition.org/obp/docannexe/image/982/img-2.jpg
Fichier image/jpeg, 1,2M
Titre Elisabetta Sirani, Judith Triumphant, ca. 1658.
Légende Burghley House, Stamford, UK.
URL http://books.openedition.org/obp/docannexe/image/982/img-3.jpg
Fichier image/jpeg, 289k