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Arma Christi (“Weapons of Christ”), or the Instruments of the Passion, are the objects associated with Jesus' Passion in Christian symbolism and art. They are seen as arms in the sense of heraldry, and also as the weapons Christ used to achieve his conquest over Satan. This particular rendition depicts heraldic and quasi-heraldic attributes of the passion of Christ, along with depictions of certain other irrelevant heraldic shields, in a probable 15th-century manuscript.

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Arma Christi (“Weapons of Christ”), or the Instruments of the Passion, are the objects associated with Jesus’ Passion in Christian symbolism and art. They are seen as arms in the sense of heraldry, and also as the weapons Christ used to achieve his conquest over Satan. This particular rendition depicts heraldic and quasi-heraldic attributes of the passion of Christ, along with depictions of certain other irrelevant heraldic shields, in a probable 15th-century manuscript.

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