Some throw themselves furiously on the murderers and try to tear from them their deadly weapons; others piteously plead for mercy; whilst others cast themselves weeping over the tiny corpses of their children, which they bear tenderly away, or hold up... Rubens - Page 146by Hermann Knackfuss - 1904 - 168 pagesFull view
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Esther Singleton - 1911 - 492 pages
...very richly dressed, whilst others are clad in poor garments, and some even scarcely clothed at all. Some throw themselves furiously on the murderers and...heaven, whence angels descend with crowns of martyrdom." — (HK) The Conversion of St. Paul and The Destruction of Sennacherib are famous. picture. Tameness...