Written and illuminated in Ireland by Macregol, probably identifiable as the abbot of Birr (d. 821 or 822), with interlinear gloss (literal translation) in Old English added in England by the scribes Farmon and Owun in the second half of the 10th century. (via Bodleian Lib.)
Then was Jesus led up of the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted of the devil. Matt 4:1
Trinidad Trifacial— a unique, if somewhat heterodox, depiction of the Holy Trinity as Christ with three faces. I have posted this image before, with a sizable number of notes to boot, but never of sufficiently high resolution. It was painted by an anonymous artist of the Cusco school in the 18th century.
Definitely heterodox but delightfully bizarre.