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the brother of Martha and Mary who was raised from the dead in the New Testament of the Bible.
Lazarus complex - psychological sequence observed in survivors of cardiac arrest. Synonym(s): Lazarus syndrome
Lazarus sign - spontaneous movement in patients who are brain dead or who have suffered spinal cord injury.
Lazarus syndrome - Synonym(s): Lazarus complex
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John's chapel depict many scenes of Christ's healing arts, from healing the ten lepers, the raising of Lazarus from the dead, the healing of Jarius' daughter, the healing of the man with the withered arm to the healing of the man at the pool of Bethesda.
Raising of Lazarus, went on display, only for the public to ignore it in favour of gawping at the American midget, General Tom Thumb.
In describing the raising of Lazarus from the dead, she paraphrases Martha's words to Our Lord as follows: "You've got some nerve coming here four days after he died," and "Don't move that stone, it'll stink up the whole block.
Similarly short shrift was given to the raising of Lazarus, feeding the 5,000 and turning water into wine.
In late 1516 Cardinal Giulio de' Medici, the future Pope Clement VH, commissioned Raphael to paint a Transfiguration and Sebastiano del Piombo a Raising of Lazarus.
Female Mourning and Tragedy in Medieval and Renaissance Drama: From the Raising of Lazarus to King Lear, by Katharine Goodland.
The eight windows showed various scenes of the life of Jesus and stories from the scriptures, including the Raising of Lazarus, The Resurrection, The Good Samaritan and St Paul and St Barnabas.
They depicted biblical stories such as the raising of Lazarus and the Good Samaritan, and were paid for by wealthy families and dedicated to memories of loved ones.
Female Mourning and Tragedy in Medieval and Renaissance English Drama: From the Raising of Lazarus to King Lear.
Female mourning in medieval and renaissance English drama; from the raising of Lazarus to King Lear.
Unusual persuasive power must have been deployed upon the authorities of the Museo Nacionale at Messina before The Adoration of the Shepherds and The Raising of Lazarus were hazarded abroad.
In fact, the idea came five years ago to Franco Mormando, associate professor of Italian and chair of the Romance Languages and Literatures Department at Boston College, as he was puzzling over the significance of a recently rediscovered Tintoretto, "The Raising of Lazarus.