• Created Date
  • 1750-1920
  • Description
  • Church scene with dozens of people with various ailments waiting to be healed by Marco d'Aviano. D'Aviano stands with one hand on the head of a man who is blind, kneeling in front of him with his weight on a cane. The man who is next in line has fainted and a small dragon and smoke rise from his mouth. A collection of crutches and canes hang on the wall and opposite rays of light shine in. Text from item: Vera effigies A.R.P. Marci de Aviano C... more
    Church scene with dozens of people with various ailments waiting to be healed by Marco d'Aviano. D'Aviano stands with one hand on the head of a man who is blind, kneeling in front of him with his weight on a cane. The man who is next in line has fainted and a small dragon and smoke rise from his mouth. A collection of crutches and canes hang on the wall and opposite rays of light shine in. Text from item: Vera effigies A.R.P. Marci de Aviano Concionatoris Capucini, Provincia Veneta, per Tyrolim, et Bauariam transeuntis: artatis suar Annorum 48. Anno 1680. Signa autem eos, qui crediderint, harc sequentur: In nomine meo darmonia dijcient: Linguis Loquentur nouis: serpentes tollent:et si mortiforum quid biberint non eis nocebit: super argros manus imponent, et bene habebunt. Marci 16. u. i7. et. i8. Iesus Maria. Benedic at tibi Dominus, Dominus benedicat te, & liberet te ab omnibus malis secundum fidem tuam: quia si potes credere omnia possibilia sunt credenti. In nomine Patris, et Fily, et Spiritus Sancti, Amen. less
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  • Rights
  • Samuel P. Hayes Research Library, Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, MA. Contact host institution for more information.