Category:Noli me tangere
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- English: Noli me tangere, meaning "don't touch me", is the Latin version of words spoken, according to John 20:17, by Jesus (looking as gardener) to Mary Magdalene after his resurrection. In art history, it also describes the scenes representing John 20:17. For the novel by José Rizal, see Category:Noli Me Tangere (novel).
Latin translation of "touch me not"; influential phrase derived from the Christian Bible
|Depicts||Mary Magdalene, woman and waist-length hair|
|Religion or worldview|
This category has the following 8 subcategories, out of 8 total.
- Noli me tangere in engravings (1 C, 62 F)
- Mosaics of Noli me tangere (2 F)
- Paintings of Noli me tangere (3 C, 1 P, 39 F)
- Sculptures of Noli me tangere (2 C, 32 F)
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- L'Apparition du Christ à Marie-Madeleine (Louvre, OA 3135).jpg 2,112 × 2,816; 2.13 MB
- LL-Q1860 (eng)-Vealhurl-noli me tangere.wav 1.9 s; 179 KB