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A SHORT TOUR OF ST. JAMES' CHURCHstarting at the ... - St. Jacobi

A SHORT TOUR OF ST. JAMES' CHURCHstarting at the ... - St. Jacobi

A SHORT TOUR OF ST. JAMES' CHURCHstarting at the ... - St.

the human soul as well as the church), and St. Luke painting St. Mary with Jesus. The scene is observed by the four Church Fathers Ambrosius, Hieronymus, Gregor the Great and Augustinus and the deacon St. Cyriakus. The left wing pictures the Emmaus story (St. Luke 24, 13 - 30), the right wing the ars moriendi of the Middle Ages, the death of St. Luke. the resurrection, the ascension of Christ. Next to the steps you will see the evangelists St. Matthew with an angel, St. Mark with a lion, St. Luke with a bull and St. John with an eagle. The door leading to the steps shows Fides with the chalice and the crucifix,above it are the pouring out of the Holy Ghost at Pentecost and the three apostles St. Peter, St. Paul and St. James. 4 5 In the second south nave you can find St. Luke’s altar (1499) which originally belonged to the cathedral. Its center tells different legends, St. Lucy with her eyes torn out, the mystical wedding of Jesus and St. Katharine of Alexandria (symbolizing Now turn around to the pulpit created by Georg Baumann in 1610, an outstanding example of the art of stonemasons in Hamburg, made of alabaster, marble and sandstone. Its motives are: The annunciation, the birth of Jesus, the crucifixion, 12 The windows by Carl Crodel (1961) take up baptism motives, the baptism of Jesus, the treasurer from Ethiopia and “suffer the little children to come unto me“ (Mk 10, 13). At the east end of the north wall you will recognize a baroque wooden statue (17th century) which shows St. James with his typical outfit: pilgrim’s hat, scallop shell, cloak, bag, stick and the book which marks this pilgrim as an apostle. 11 donated by the brotherhood of fishermen. Its centerpiece shows St. Mary with baby Jesus in her arms scraping out a feeding cup. Beneath the moon a fallen angel can be seen which symbolizes the end of satan caused by the birth of Jesus Christ. On the left wing you can see two stages of St. Peter’s life: at the top his vocation and beneath Jesus Christ passing the keys to him. The right wing shows noble St. Gertrud welcoming St. James pilgrims and her ordination as an abbess. Church in 1819. It conveys a good and detailed impression of Hamburg at that time. southern chapel 6 south nave 5 Next to it is the city of Hamburg painted by Joachim Luhn in 1681 for the town hall, given to St. James' 10 4 7 3 Please turn south to the baptistry with its baptismal font (1827) made out of red marble and St. Peter’s altar from 1508, 3 4 1 1 The first is David Kindt’s “Everyman“ or “The Rich Man and Death” (1622). It is meant to warn you not against wealth itself, but against its temptations resulting in pride (superbia). Trinity at the top and beneath it St. Mary with Jesus surrounded by rays that end in roses. The four saints are George, presumably Laurentius, Barbara and Margarete. When you look at the altar wings from left to right, you will recognize representations of the joys of St. Mary: the Annunciation, meeting her cousin Elisatbeth who northern is pregnant with John the Baptist, the birth of Jesus, chapel the worship of the wise men, the visit of the risen Christ, the assumption of Mary. The crucifix and the candlesticks were designed by Fritz Fleer (1921 - 1997). tower hall 8 7 center nave 12 2 1 1 On the north wall you will find two excellent examples of northern German painting. 9 7 9 10 11 vestry about 4000 pipes. It was restored from 1983 to 1993 and is now one of the most important baroque organs in Europe. Above the pictures is the famous organ built by Arp Schnitger (1693) with its 60 stops and 1 2 The trinity altar (approximately 1518) was donated by the brotherhood of coopers and was at the time one of the 20 altars standing next to the columns all donated by different brotherhoods. The centerpiece shows the Holy Return to the center nave and take a look at the 34 pictures beneath the organ mainly painted by Otto Wagenfeldt (ca. 1650). These pictures were meant as an illustrated Bible which everyone could read. The windows (1959/60) in the choir were created by Carl Crodel. They depict motives of the ecclesiastical year: Annunciation and Christmas, Passion, Good Friday, Easter and Pentecost and the beginning of the church (St. Paul). At the western end of the nave is the huge epitaph of the sculptor Jost Rogge (1610). The wooden frame containing several depictions of virtues (Faith, Hope, Love, etc.) presents a huge crucifixion image by the painter Willikens from Lübeck. 6 7 8 starting at the high altar A SHORT TOUR OF ST. JAMES' CHURCH

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