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" Colonna, at that time herd of the most celebrated and powerful of the Roman aristocratic families. The picture represents the moment when Boniface says to his assailants, '. Here is my neck; here is my head; strike! but I will die Pope. "
Catalogue of Paintings - Page 191
by Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.), Bryson Burroughs - 1922 - 373 pages
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Catalogue of the Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) - Painting - 1898 - 215 pages
...Colonna, at that time herd of the most celebrated and powerful of the Roman aristocratic families. The picture represents the moment when Boniface says...liberated by the people of Anagni, died within a month. Presented by Messrs. Wallis & Son, of London, 1883. On canvas, 83 x 114. Picknell, William Lamb. Born...
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Catalogue of the paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) - Painting - 1898 - 215 pages
...Colonna, at that time herd of the most celebrated and powerful of the Roman aristocratic families. The picture represents the moment when Boniface says...assailants, '' Here is my neck; here is my head; strike! but ,1 will die Pope." Boniface was thrown into prison, and though liberated by the people of Anagni, died...
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New York City Standard Guide: A New and Complete Handbook for Visitors to ...

New York (N.Y.) - 1901 - 156 pages
...authority in spiritual matters, and compelled him to take refuge in his native town. Hither he was pursued. The picture represents the moment when Boniface says...liberated by the people of Anagni, died within a month. C. 615. WOODLAND AND CATTLE. FA Bonheur. (A brother of Rosa Bonheur.) 618. THE DEFENSE OF CHAMPIGNY....
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Illustrated Catalogue: Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Painters - 1905 - 248 pages
...of the most celebrated and powerful of the Roman aristocratic families. The picture repre- , ^ents the moment when Boniface says to his assailants, "...liberated by the people of Anagni, died within a month. Gift of MESSRS. WALUS & SON, London, 1883. Signed and dated, 1877. Oil canvas, 114 H.; 83 W. Born at...
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Illustrated catalogue: paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York ...

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.) - Art - 1905 - 246 pages
...and powerful of the Roman aristocratic families. The picture represents the moment when Boniface savs to his assailants, " Here is my neck; here is my head;...liberated by the people of Anagni, died within a month. Gift of MESSRS. WALLIS & SON, London, 1883. Signed and dated, 1877. On canvas, 114 H.; 83 W. ni-t,...
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A short history of Rome and Italy

Mary Platt Parmele - Italy - 1906 - 292 pages
...AND ITALY From the painting by Albert Maignan. Seizure of Boniface VIII. at Anagni. The Pope saying' to his assailants: " Here is my neck; here is my head; Strike ! but I will die Pope." ' ' ROME AND ITALY BY MARY PUTT; PARMELE NEW YORK CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS 1906 THE Ki.W YORK PUBLIC...
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A Week in New York

Ernest Ingersoll - New York (N.Y.) - 1891 - 328 pages
...Colonna, at that time head of the most celebrated and powerful of the Roman- aristocratic families. The picture represents the moment when Boniface says...neck; here is my head ; strike ! but I will die Pope.' " The genre work, landscapes and portraits by George Inness, Thomas Kensett, Edward Gay, Swain Gifford,...
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