Cain and Abel

Cain and Abel, 1564. Woodcut, from Die Gantze Bibel, printed in Germany by Christoph Froschauer. Courtesy of the Digital Image Archive, Pitts Theology Library, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia.

Christoph Froschauer (circa 1490–1564) was the first printer in Zurich, notable for printing the Froschauer Bible, the Zwinglian Bible translation. This woodcut depicts Cain killing his brother Abel (Gen 4:1-16).

Cain and Abel, 1564. Woodcut, from Die Gantze Bibel, printed in Germany by Christoph Froschauer. Courtesy of the Digital Image Archive, Pitts Theology Library, Candler School of Theology, Emory University.

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