"Even in the shadow of his betrayal and death, Jesus comforts his disciples at the Last Supper in the upper room."
"Jesus before Herod Antipas, whither Pilate sent him on discovering he came from Herod's province, Galilee."
"Pilate shows Jesus to the mob from the loggia adjoining the Judgement Hall. All through history in every nation, great leaders of thought, like Jesus, have stood alone with the crowd against them. It was not a race of people who condemned Jesus; it was the resistance to progressive thought which has crucified great leaders in every race and age, and still often continues to crucify them. Just so the Greeks condemned Socrates. Part of the arch in this picture still exists in Jerusalem and is called The Ecce Homo Arch. Adjoining it is a room in which can be seen today a pavement marked for a game by the Roman soldiers of Pilate's palace when they were off-guard. The Jewish council, or Sanhedrin, could judge Jesus but only the Roman governor, Pilate, could sentence him."