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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Antichristus, a woodcut by Lucas Cranach of the pope using the temporal power to grant authority to a generously contributing ruler
  Entrance to Vatican City, with inscription "Benedictus XVI Pont(ifex) Max(imus) Anno Domini MMV Pont(ificatus) I.", i.e., "Benedict XVI, Pontifex Maximus, in the year of Our Lord 2005, the first year of his pontificate."
  The coat of arms of the Holy See. That of the State of Vatican City is the same except that the positions of the gold and silver keys are interchanged.[81]
  Pope Urban VII, the shortest-reigning pope

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  Funeral of Pope John Paul II at the Vatican in 2005, presided over by Cardinal Ratzinger, the future Pope Benedict XVI
  Pope Clement I, one of the 1st-century Bishops of Rome, considered successors to Saint Peter as leaders of the Catholic Church. Monastic mural from Ohrid, Macedonia.
  Christus, by Lucas Cranach. This woodcut of John 13:14–17 is from Passionary of the Christ and Antichrist. Cranach shows Jesus kissing Peter's foot during the footwashing. This stands in contrast to the opposing woodcut, where the Pope demands others kiss his feet.
  The formal declaration of "Habemus Papam" after the election of Pope Martin V

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Gregory the Great (c 540–604) who established medieval themes in the Church, in a painting by Carlo Saraceni, circa 1610, Rome.
  Entrance to Vatican City, with inscription "Benedictus XVI Pont(ifex) Max(imus) Anno Domini MMV Pont(ificatus) I.", i.e., "Benedict XVI, Pontifex Maximus, in the year of Our Lord 2005, the first year of his pontificate."
  Pope Pius XII, wearing the traditional 1877 Papal Tiara, is carried through St Peter's Basilica on a sedia gestatoria circa 1955.
  Pope Pius IX, excluding Saint Peter, the longest-reigning pope

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  The Giving of the Keys to Saint Peter painted by Pietro Perugino (1492)
  Pope Pius IX, excluding Saint Peter, the longest-reigning pope
  Funeral of Pope John Paul II at the Vatican in 2005, presided over by Cardinal Ratzinger, the future Pope Benedict XVI
  The formal declaration of "Habemus Papam" after the election of Pope Martin V

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Pope Pius XII, wearing the traditional 1877 Papal Tiara, is carried through St Peter's Basilica on a sedia gestatoria circa 1955.
  Antichristus, a woodcut by Lucas Cranach of the pope using the temporal power to grant authority to a generously contributing ruler
  Antichristus, by the Lutheran Lucas Cranach the Elder. This woodcut of the traditional practice of kissing the Pope's toe is from Passionary of the Christ and Antichrist. The two fingers the Pope is holding up symbolizes his claim to be the Church's substitute for Christ's earthly presence.
  Gregory the Great (c 540–604) who established medieval themes in the Church, in a painting by Carlo Saraceni, circa 1610, Rome.

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  The Giving of the Keys to Saint Peter painted by Pietro Perugino (1492)
  The conclave in Konstanz where Pope Martin V was elected
  The Giving of the Keys to Saint Peter painted by Pietro Perugino (1492)
  Pope Urban VII, the shortest-reigning pope

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  The Giving of the Keys to Saint Peter painted by Pietro Perugino (1492)
  Pope Clement I, one of the 1st-century Bishops of Rome, considered successors to Saint Peter as leaders of the Catholic Church. Monastic mural from Ohrid, Macedonia.
  Funeral of Pope John Paul II at the Vatican in 2005, presided over by Cardinal Ratzinger, the future Pope Benedict XVI

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Antichristus, a woodcut by Lucas Cranach of the pope using the temporal power to grant authority to a generously contributing ruler
  The formal declaration of "Habemus Papam" after the election of Pope Martin V
  Christus, by Lucas Cranach. This woodcut of John 13:14–17 is from Passionary of the Christ and Antichrist. Cranach shows Jesus kissing Peter's foot during the footwashing. This stands in contrast to the opposing woodcut, where the Pope demands others kiss his feet.
  Pope Urban VII, the shortest-reigning pope

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Pope Pius VII, bishop of Rome, next to Cardinal Caprara. The Pope wears the pallium, a liturgical vestment that is used heraldically at the foot of the coat of arms of Benedict XVI.
  To maintain contacts with local clergymen and Catholic communities, the popes grant private audiences as well as public ones. Here the Canons Regular of the Holy Cross from Uden (Netherlands) are received by Pope Pius XII.
  Entrance to Vatican City, with inscription "Benedictus XVI Pont(ifex) Max(imus) Anno Domini MMV Pont(ificatus) I.", i.e., "Benedict XVI, Pontifex Maximus, in the year of Our Lord 2005, the first year of his pontificate."
  Antichristus, a woodcut by Lucas Cranach of the pope using the temporal power to grant authority to a generously contributing ruler

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Pope Pius XII, wearing the traditional 1877 Papal Tiara, is carried through St Peter's Basilica on a sedia gestatoria circa 1955.
  Pope Clement I, one of the 1st-century Bishops of Rome, considered successors to Saint Peter as leaders of the Catholic Church. Monastic mural from Ohrid, Macedonia.
  The coat of arms of the Holy See. That of the State of Vatican City is the same except that the positions of the gold and silver keys are interchanged.[81]
  Antichristus, by the Lutheran Lucas Cranach the Elder. This woodcut of the traditional practice of kissing the Pope's toe is from Passionary of the Christ and Antichrist. The two fingers the Pope is holding up symbolizes his claim to be the Church's substitute for Christ's earthly presence.
















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