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Priest Collection

"From ancient rituals to modern revolutions, the role of a priest transcends time and cultures

Background imagePriest Collection: Cardinal Priest

Cardinal Priest
CARDINALE PRETE Cardinal-Priest

Background imagePriest Collection: Anton Lavey

Anton Lavey
ANTON SZANDOR LAVEY self-anointed High Priest of the Church of Satan, author of The Satanic Bible etc

Background imagePriest Collection: Sacrament Sunday - William Teulon Blandford Fletcher

Sacrament Sunday - William Teulon Blandford Fletcher

Background imagePriest Collection: Cardinal Richelieu at the Siege of La Rochelle, 1628 (early 20th century)

Cardinal Richelieu at the Siege of La Rochelle, 1628 (early 20th century). Armand Jean Duplessis, Duc de Richelieu (1585-1642), French prelate and statesman

Background imagePriest Collection: KATERI TEKAKWITHA (1656-1680). Native American Catholic saint

KATERI TEKAKWITHA (1656-1680). Native American Catholic saint. After a painting, 1681, by Father Claude Chauchetiere

Background imagePriest Collection: Illustration of four priests carrying the Ark of the Covenant and crossing the River Jordan

Illustration of four priests carrying the Ark of the Covenant and crossing the River Jordan

Background imagePriest Collection: Africa, Ethiopia, Tana Lake. Celebrating the Timkat holiday

Africa, Ethiopia, Tana Lake. Celebrating the Timkat holiday

Background imagePriest Collection: The Zen priest Ikkyu Osho

The Zen priest Ikkyu Osho. Date: circa 18th century

Background imagePriest Collection: Saint John of the Cross (1542-1591). Engraving. Colored

Saint John of the Cross (1542-1591). Engraving. Colored
Saint John of the Cross (1542-1591). Spanish friar of DIscalced Carmelite Order. Engraving. Colored

Background imagePriest Collection: History of England. Peasants revolt led by Wat Tyler in 138

History of England. Peasants revolt led by Wat Tyler in 1381. Meeting between Wat Tyler and the revolutionary priest John Ball. Detail. Miniature of the 15th century by Froissart

Background imagePriest Collection: Army Chaplain in Great War Deeds, WW1

Army Chaplain in Great War Deeds, WW1
An Army Chaplain holding a night service on the battlefield, with a packing case as an altar and a tin mug as a chalice. Reproduction of a painting by A C Michael in Great War Deeds

Background imagePriest Collection: MEXICO: 1810 REVOLUTION. The Cry of Dolores, Miguel Hidalgos call to revolt, 16 September 1810

MEXICO: 1810 REVOLUTION. The Cry of Dolores, Miguel Hidalgos call to revolt, 16 September 1810. Detail of the mural by Juan O Gorman, 20th century

Background imagePriest Collection: Chaucers Canterbury Pilgrims on the road

Chaucers Canterbury Pilgrims on the road
* NOTE - FULL FILE IS A LONG PANORAMA - Preview split into 3 sections for ease of viewing * Chaucers Canterbury Pilgrims on the road reproduction of a painting by Stephen Reid (1873-1948) (from left)

Background imagePriest Collection: John Knox (1514-1572). Engraving. Colored

John Knox (1514-1572). Engraving. Colored
John Knox (1514-1572). Scottish priest, leader of the Protestant Reformation in Scotland. Engraving by H. Hondins The Young. The Universal History, 1885. Colored

Background imagePriest Collection: Saint John of the Cross, (1542-1591). Spanish mystic. The A

Saint John of the Cross, (1542-1591). Spanish mystic. The Ascent of Mount Carmel. It was composed between 1581-1585. Engraving. Edition of 1694, Madrid

Background imagePriest Collection: Protestant Reformation. Satire against Martin Luther (1483

Protestant Reformation. Satire against Martin Luther (1483
Protestant Reformation. 16th century. Germany. Satire against Martin Luther (1483-1546). Colored engraving

Background imagePriest Collection: Minoan art. Crete. Prince of the Lilies

Minoan art. Crete. Prince of the Lilies. Dated circa 1550 BC. Brings the Minoan belt and headdress made A?a?A?a?of lilies and peacock feathers. Fresco from the palace of Knossos

Background imagePriest Collection: Codex Borbonicus. Aztec codex. Written by Aztec priest short

Codex Borbonicus. Aztec codex. Written by Aztec priest shortly before or after tthe Spanish conquest of Mexico. 1562-1563. Detail fol. 17r

Background imagePriest Collection: African people

African people
Antique illustration of a African people

Background imagePriest Collection: Druid carrying mistletoe

Druid carrying mistletoe and a sickle. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imagePriest Collection: Othodox Christian Priest in Ethiopia, possibly in Axum

Othodox Christian Priest in Ethiopia, possibly in Axum
Ethiopian Orthodox Priest, possibly in Axum (Aksum)

Background imagePriest Collection: Procession for Christian festival of Rameaux, Axoum (Axum) (Aksum), Tigre region

Procession for Christian festival of Rameaux, Axoum (Axum) (Aksum), Tigre region, Ethiopia, Africa

Background imagePriest Collection: Folio of Codex of the Usages depicting the Catalan Parlia

Folio of Codex of the Usages depicting the Catalan Parlia
Alfonso IV of Aragon called the kind (1299-1336). King of Aragon and count of Barcelona as Alfonso III, from 1327 to his death. Son of James II and Blanche of Anjou

Background imagePriest Collection: The Pythia foretells the Oracle of Delphi

The Pythia foretells the Oracle of Delphi
Illustration of the Pythia foretells the Oracle of Delphi

Background imagePriest Collection: Portrait of Padre Pio in Apulia

Portrait of Padre Pio in Apulia

Background imagePriest Collection: Druids collecting sacred mistletoe

Druids collecting sacred mistletoe
Druid ceremony gathering mistletoe in the forest. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century illustration

Background imagePriest Collection: Jewish high priest and Levite in ancient Israel

Jewish high priest and Levite in ancient Israel
Jewish high priest and Levite conducting a ceremony, ancient Israel. Antique hand-colored woodcut

Background imagePriest Collection: The Five ALLs - John Kay

The Five ALLs - John Kay
Satirical cartoon by Scottish caricaturist John Kay (1742-1826) entitled The Five All s, depicting five characters and their interpretations of their reltion to All

Background imagePriest Collection: The Satanic Bible

The Satanic Bible
Popular edition of self- anointed High Priest Anton Laveys Satanic Bible, a dubious mish-mash of occult rituals, pseudo-magic and popular diabolism

Background imagePriest Collection: Abbe Julio Exorcises

Abbe Julio Exorcises
A French renegade priest and practising magician, the Abbe Julio, performs a ceremony of exorcism in his private chapel

Background imagePriest Collection: Sebastian Kneipp

Sebastian Kneipp
SEBASTIAN KNEIPP Bavarian priest, promoter of hydropathy (cold water cure) and herbalism

Background imagePriest Collection: Rasputin in Hospital

Rasputin in Hospital
GRIGORI RASPUTIN Russian priest and intriguer in hospital after Khina Gussevas attempt on his life

Background imagePriest Collection: Barred from Womens Lecture for wearing bloomers

Barred from Womens Lecture for wearing bloomers
A woman wearing bloomers is stopped by a Vicar from entering a Lecture (for Women Only !) as she is wearing bloomers, which Rev Self Righteous views as totally unsuitable for a lady! Date: 1911

Background imagePriest Collection: John Ball / Agitator

John Ball / Agitator
JOHN BALL English rebel; priest excommunicated for inflammatory sermons and leader of Peasant Revolt

Background imagePriest Collection: Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel, late 19th century church and statue of Friar Juan de San Miguel

Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel, late 19th century church and statue of Friar Juan de San Miguel in front, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico, North America

Background imagePriest Collection: Egyptian Orthodox Coptic priest showing cross, Jerusalem, Israel, Middle East

Egyptian Orthodox Coptic priest showing cross, Jerusalem, Israel, Middle East

Background imagePriest Collection: Eucharist in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Anglican Church of St

Eucharist in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Anglican Church of St. James, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Pacific

Background imagePriest Collection: Sculpture of the Vatican II Council on the door of St. Peters Basilica, Vatican

Sculpture of the Vatican II Council on the door of St. Peters Basilica, Vatican, Rome, Lazio, Italy, Europe

Background imagePriest Collection: Historic

Historic
Martin Luther, (Eisleben, 1483, Eisleben, 1546). German reformer. Doctor of Theology and Augustinian priest. In 1517, outlined the main thesis of Lutheranism in Wittenberg

Background imagePriest Collection: Sawtre, Lollard, Burns

Sawtre, Lollard, Burns
William Sawtre, priest of St Osyths church, London, is burnt for following the heretical views of Wyclif : he is considered to be the first Lollard martyr

Background imagePriest Collection: A Priest of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church reads a very old

A Priest of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church reads a very old, beautifully illustrated bible beside the entrance to the rock-hewn church of Yohannes Maequddi

Background imagePriest Collection: Orthodox priest blessing the soil, Russia

Orthodox priest blessing the soil, Russia. A print from Customs of the World, Volume II Hutchinson and Co, Paternoster Row, London

Background imagePriest Collection: Letter from Mary Queen of Scots to Queen Elizabeth I, Sheffield, 29 October 1571

Letter from Mary Queen of Scots to Queen Elizabeth I, Sheffield, 29 October 1571. Artist: Mary Queen of Scots
Letter from Mary Queen of Scots to Queen Elizabeth I, Sheffield, 29 October 1571. Letter, in French, from Mary Queen of Scots, to Queen Elizabeth

Background imagePriest Collection: JAMES DOUGLAS (1358-1388). 2nd Earl of Douglas and Mar

JAMES DOUGLAS (1358-1388). 2nd Earl of Douglas and Mar. Scottish statesman. The death of Douglas at the Battle of Otterburn. Oil on canvas by Charles Landseer (1799-1879)

Background imagePriest Collection: Buddhist Priest, Hai Phong, Vietnam

Buddhist Priest, Hai Phong, Vietnam
Hai Phong (Haiphong) in Tonkin - Northern Vietnam. A Buddhist Priest gives a sermon Date: circa 1910s

Background imagePriest Collection: The Conversion of Paula, by Alma-Tadema

The Conversion of Paula, by Alma-Tadema
The Conversion of Paula, by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema RA (1836-1912). Date: 1898

Background imagePriest Collection: Giordano Bruno, Italian philosopher

Giordano Bruno, Italian philosopher
Giordano Bruno (1548-1600), Italian philosopher. Bruno was a supporter of the Copernican view that the Earth revolved around the Sun

Background imagePriest Collection: Jewish High Priest

Jewish High Priest
A Jewish High Priest in his ceremonial garb



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"From ancient rituals to modern revolutions, the role of a priest transcends time and cultures. Anton Lavey, founder of the Church of Satan, challenged traditional notions of priesthood while Sacrament Sunday by William Teulon Blandford Fletcher depicted the solemnity and reverence in Christian worship. The Peasants Revolt led by Wat Tyler in 1380 showcased how priests were not immune to societal unrest. In Eastern traditions, Zen priest Ikkyu Osho exemplified spiritual enlightenment through his unorthodox teachings. Meanwhile, an illustration depicting four priests carrying the Ark of the Covenant across the River Jordan symbolizes their sacred duty as custodians of divine artifacts. Kateri Tekakwitha, a Native American Catholic saint, embodied resilience and devotion despite cultural clashes. Father Claude Chauchetiere's painting immortalized her faith journey. Saint John of the Cross's engraving captures his unwavering commitment to reform within Christianity during the Protestant Reformation. Even in times of war, priests have been pillars of strength for soldiers on battlefields. Their presence as Army Chaplains during World War I provided solace amidst chaos and despair. The Cry of Dolores by Miguel Hidalgo ignited Mexico's revolution in 1810; it was fueled by fervor similar to that which priests inspire among their followers. Netherlandish Proverbs illustrated how even everyday life is intertwined with religious wisdom. Africa's Timkat holiday celebrated at Ethiopia's Tana Lake showcases how priests lead communities in joyous festivities rooted in tradition and spirituality. "