The Gospel of Mark.
Mark 1, Mark 2, Mark 3, Mark 4, Mark 5
Mark 6, Mark 7, Mark 8, Mark 9, Mark 10
Mark 11, Mark 12, Mark 13, Mark 14, Mark 15,
Mark 15, Jesus Before Pilate, Barabbas, the Soldiers mock Jesus, Crucifixion of the King, Jesus’ Death, Jesus’ Burial.
Duccio interpreted the scene, between 1308-11, with this tempera on wood (entitled Christ Before Pilate Again). It is maintained at the Museo dell’Opera del Duomo in Siena, Italy.
This is how a tomb with a large stone looked.
Mark 14, Jesus anointed at Bethany, the Lord’s Supper, Peter’s Denial Predicted, Gethsemane, Jesus Arrested, Before the Sanhedrin, Peter’s denial.
Mark 13, Signs for the End of the Age, the Great Tribulation, the Coming of the Son of Man, the Fig Tree, the Day and Hour unknown.
The destruction of the Temple occurred in 70 A.D., 40 years later.
Siege and Destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans (1850 painting by David Roberts). Looking southwest
Mark 12, the Unfaithful Tenants, taxes to Caesar, marriage at the Resurrection, the Greatest Commandment, whose son is the Christ?, the widow’s Mite.
Mark 11, the Triumphal Entry, Jesus clears the Temple, the withered fig tree, Jesus authority questioned.
The fig tree is a symbol of Israel.
Mark 10, Marriage and Divorce, Jesus blesses the little children, the Rich Young Ruler, predicting Resurrection, Greatness in Serving, Jesus heals Bartimaeus.