New Testament

In the main nave, on the left, the mosaic cycle taken from the New Testament begins with the stories of Christ’s childhood: The Announcement to Zechariah, Zechariah coming out of the Temple, the Annunciation, the Visitation, the Nativity, the Annunciation to the Shepherds, Journey of the Magi, Adoration of the Magi, Edict of Herod, the Massacre of the Innocents, Joseph’s Dream, the Flight into Egypt, the Presentation in the Temple, Jesus among the Doctors, the Wedding at Cana, the Baptism of Christ. This is followed by scenes with episodes from the life of Christ: Healing of the Canaanite woman’s daughter, Healing of the possessed, Healing of the leper, Healing the man with the withered hand, Peter saved from the waters, Raising of the son of the widow of Nain, Healing the bleeding woman, Raising of Jairus’ daughter, Healing of the mother of Peter’s wife, Multiplication of the loaves and fishes, Healing an infirm woman, Healing a man with dropsy, Healing of the lepers, Healing of the two blind men, Healing of the merchants in the temple, Christ and the adulteress, Healing of the paralytic, Healing of the crippled and blind, Mary Magdalene washing the feet of Christ, Healing of the centurion’s son, the First temptation of Christ, the Second temptation of Christ, the Third temptation of Christ, Healing of the paralytic, Healing of the man blind from birth, Christ and the Samaritan woman, the Transfiguration, the Resurrection of Lazarus. This is followed by scenes from the Entrance into Jerusalem to Pentecost: The disciples and the donkey, The entry into Jerusalem, The Last Supper, The washing of the feet, In the Garden of Olives, the Betrayal by Judas, Christ before Pilate, Jesus being led to the cross, the Crucifixion, the Deposition, the Burial, the Resurrection and descent into hell, the Visit to the tomb, Noli me tangere, the Walk to Emmaus, the Supper in Emmaus, the Disappearance of Christ, the Return of the disciples to Jerusalem, the Disbelief of St. Thomas, the Apparition by Lake Tiberias, the Ascension and the Pentecost.