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Forside 1641 Maria van Beckum and her sister-in-law Ursel burned in Delden, 1544. The Baptist Mary of Beckum chained to a stake at the front right to be burned. On the left her sister-in-law Ursel, held by a servant of the law. Soldiers and bystanders in the background. Etching made in 1683-1685 by Jan Luyken (1649–1712), Dutch engraver, poet, painter and writer. The prints used as illustrations for: Theater des martyrs, depuis la mort de J. Christ jusqu'à present (...). = Schau-buhne der Martyrer, P. van der Aa, Leiden ca. 1715, no. 57. The prints were originally made for and first used in: T.J. van Bragt, The bloody scene, or Martelaer's mirror of the baptized-minded or unrelenting Christians, 1685. Collection: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Nederlands. Public Domain.

Maria van Beckum and her sister-in-law Ursel burned in Delden, 1544. The Baptist Mary of Beckum chained to a stake at the front right to be burned. On the left her sister-in-law Ursel, held by a servant of the law. Soldiers and bystanders in the background. Etching made in 1683-1685 by Jan Luyken (1649–1712), Dutch engraver, poet, painter and writer. The prints used as illustrations for: Theater des martyrs, depuis la mort de J. Christ jusqu’à present (…). = Schau-buhne der Martyrer, P. van der Aa, Leiden ca. 1715, no. 57. The prints were originally made for and first used in: T.J. van Bragt, The bloody scene, or Martelaer’s mirror of the baptized-minded or unrelenting Christians, 1685. Collection: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Nederlands. Public Domain.

Maria van Beckum and her sister-in-law Ursel burned in Delden, 1544. The Baptist Mary of Beckum chained to a stake at the front right to be burned. On the left her sister-in-law Ursel, held by a servant of the law. Soldiers and bystanders in the background. Etching made in 1683-1685 by Jan Luyken (1649–1712), Dutch engraver, poet, painter and writer. The prints used as illustrations for: Theater des martyrs, depuis la mort de J. Christ jusqu'à present (...). = Schau-buhne der Martyrer, P. van der Aa, Leiden ca. 1715, no. 57. The prints were originally made for and first used in: T.J. van Bragt, The bloody scene, or Martelaer's mirror of the baptized-minded or unrelenting Christians, 1685. Collection: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Nederlands. Public Domain.

Maria van Beckum and her sister-in-law Ursel burned in Delden, 1544. The Baptist Mary of Beckum chained to a stake at the front right to be burned. On the left her sister-in-law Ursel, held by a servant of the law. Soldiers and bystanders in the background. Etching made in 1683-1685 by Jan Luyken (1649–1712), Dutch engraver, poet, painter and writer. The prints used as illustrations for: Theater des martyrs, depuis la mort de J. Christ jusqu’à present (…). = Schau-buhne der Martyrer, P. van der Aa, Leiden ca. 1715, no. 57. The prints were originally made for and first used in: T.J. van Bragt, The bloody scene, or Martelaer’s mirror of the baptized-minded or unrelenting Christians, 1685. Collection: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Nederlands. Public Domain. Source: Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Nederlands.

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