Perpetua: Guides Her Executioner’s Sword

PerpetuaPerpetua is martyred in the coliseum for proclaiming that she is a Christian.

 

This picture was commissioned by SEARCH ( Society to Explore And Record Christian History) for Volume 2 ‘By This Sign’. We have permission to use this picture with the stipulation that we credit SEARCH, the volume ‘By This Sign’ and the page # 190 on which it appeared.  The painting is by Richard Sparks called “Perpetua and Felicity”.

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  1. I cannot find the credits for this amazing painting. Please post the artist’s name if you know it. Thank you! Mary Spencer
    Colorado Christian University

  2. This picture was commissioned by SEARCH ( Society to Explore And Record Christian History) for Volume 2 ‘By This Sign’. We have permission to use this picture with the stipulation that we credit SEARCH, the volume ‘By This Sign’ and the page # 190 on which it appeared. The painting is by Richard Sparks called “Perpetua and Felicity”.

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