Detail View: JCB Archive of Early American Images: Preciosa mors quorundam Patrum iet. Iesu in nova Francia Denoiie Campanus, Caritas officia exercens enecatur. 2 Febr. 1646.

Accession number: 
01730
Record number: 
01730-9
JCB call number: 
E664 D842h [R]
Image title: 
Preciosa mors quorundam Patrum iet. Iesu in nova Francia Denoiie Campanus, Caritas officia exercens enecatur. 2 Febr. 1646.
Creator 1: 
Gregoire Huret
Creator 1 dates: 
1606-1670
Creator 1 role: 
f[ecit].
Place image published: 
[Paris]
Image publisher: 
[Sebastianum Cramoisy, et Sebast. Mabre-Cramoisy ]
Image date: 
[1664]
Image function: 
fold-out plate; following p. 480
Technique: 
engraving
Image dimension height: 
33 cm.
Image dimension width: 
44.5 cm.
Page dimension height: 
35.2 cm.
Page dimension width: 
46 cm.
Materials medium: 
ink
Materials support: 
paper
Description: 
Martyrdom of Fathers Isaac Jogues, Anton Daniel, Jean de Brébeuf, Charles Garnier, Gabriel Lalemand, and others at the hands of native Americans. Artifacts include collars of red-hot hatchets, tomahawks, knives, and guns. Dwellings and churches are shown burning. Items in the image are lettered for identification in a key below.
Source creator: 
Du Creux. François, 1596?-1666
Source Title: 
Historiae Canadensis, seu Novae-Franciae
Source place of publication: 
Parisiis [Paris]
Source publisher: 
Apud Sebastianum Cramoisy, et Sebast. Mabre-Cramoisy, typographos regis, viâ Iacobaeâ, sub Ciconijs
Source date: 
M. DC. LXIV. [1664]
notes: 
Jogues was martyred in 1646 by the Iroquois. He was said to have had parts of his fingers cut off in earlier encounters with Indians; his harnds are shown mutilated here. Brébeuf and Lalemant were killed in 1649 by the Iroquois Indians who tortured the Jesuit fathers with collars of red-hot hatchets and by pouring boiling water on them in mockery of baptism. The other martyrs died in various places and times.
Time Period: 
1651-1700
References exhibitions: 
Danforth, S. Encountering the New World, Item 110
Provenance/Donor: 
Acquired in 1847.
Owner and copyright: 
©John Carter Brown Library, Box 1894, Brown University, Providence, R.I. 02912
Commentary: 
geographic area: 
North America
Subject Area: 
Artifacts, industry, and human activities
Subject Area: 
Indigenous peoples
Subject headings: 
Indians of North America
Subject headings: 
Martyrs--New France
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