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Picture No 10006040
Date 1st century AD
Description St Paul and the sacrifice at Lystra
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St Paul and St Barnabas, and the sacrifice at Lystra, as described in the Acts of the Apostles, Chapter 16. After Paul cures a cripple, the people of Lystra think he and Barnabas are gods, and try to make a sacrifice to them. Paul tears his clothes and Barnabas speaks, convincing the crowd that they are just men.
Source Engraving after a painting by Raphael
Credit Mary Evans Picture Library
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Mary Evans Picture No 10006040 - St Paul and St Barnabas, and the sacrifice at Lystra, as described in the Acts of the Apostles, Chapter 16. After Paul cures a cripple, the people of Lystra think he and Barnabas are gods, and try to make a sacrifice to them. Paul tears his clothes and Barnabas speaks, convincing the crowd that they are just men.

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