Show-case 5: Renaissance III

- Glazed faience tile in relief: „Stove of an Evangelist“ 

Image of an evangelist at a desk with his relevant attribute. These tiles were so badly damaged that none could be put together. From the Saint Mark‘s tile only the head of the lion was found.


- Glazed relief tile: „Crucifixion of Christ“ 

Only one example of this type was found in the ruins of the castle.


- Glazed relief tile: „Justitia“ 

On the left side of the tile is a woman looking into a mirror.  On the right side is the goddess of justice blind-fold, with scales and sword. Allegorical meaning of this tile: „He who judges others should first look upon himself.“