Plate XXX depicts the Barbarites exercised by the Popish Perdecutors on the Waldness of Calabria. A Barbarite on the left is tied to a tall post as officails gather beneath him; on the right a Barbarite hangs limp, suspended horixontally from a post. Plate XXXI depicts the massacre of the Protestants in Piedmont. In the foreground, Protestants are being gored and stabbed, with a figure in the right tied up and being speared in the side.The fight continues into the background, where Christians hang from trees and are being pushed off cliffs.
From "A Universal History of Christian Martyrdom" by the Rev. John Foxe (ed. 1824?)
7.5 x 4.125, 9.5 x 6.125 (in frame)
british print, engraving, martyrdom, 2015.31