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Apocalypse. St. J oh n on Patmos. English, hue 13th century. Eloll Collfgf, MS. 177,/ I2v. (Co mpare scene I) in the Alexander manuscripts, has been replaced in the altar-piece (scene 15) by one of the Elders showing the Lamb to St. J o hn. exacd), as he appears in some of the A nglo- French Apoca lypses (compare Bodleian Library, Auct. 17, f. ). Unfo rtunatel y the inscri ption to this scene is no longer legible, so there is no means of knowing w hether it contained an y refere nce to Pope Sylvestcr, who has been so mysteriously replaced in th e illustrati on.
The Mass of St. Giles. King Charles of France was so ashamed of a sin he had committed that he felt himself unable to confess it. He called St. Giles to Orleans and, while the Saint was saying mass, an angel descended to the altar with a promise of absolution. St. Giles then passed on the absolution to the King. St. Giles receives the papel privilege for his monastery. Towards the end of his life St. Giles went to Rome, where the Pope gave him the privilege for his monastery and also two tablets carved with the images of apostles.
92 . Harrsen, op. , p. 6j. Lichtwark, op. , p. rstenan, L'Arl', VIIl (190)), p. , figs. 8, 9; S. Bettini, Giuslo de' Afmahlloi e I'Arie d~' Trutnlo, 1944. p. ]42, figs. 16770 . ~l Two panels are in the :M useo Correr, twO in the Accademia, Venice, and one in the :M useo Civico, Torcello. \x/ith o ne exception they are each 95 X 61 cm. See M. C. Lorenzetti , L'Arl', XXX (19'7), p. ; Bettini, up. , p. , figs. 116- 1 8, 120 f.. '1mobffOi "el Bat/islero dtl DllolJlo di Padm'o, 1960, p. 41. For the attribution to Jacobello Albercgno (Longhi) and a bibliography see Europiiisrbe KIIIIS!