Confraternity Jesús ante Herodes
In 1992 it is incorporated as a section of the Confraternity Jesús ante Herodes, although this paso is more ancient that the confraternity’s holder, since it was created for participating in the Resurrection Sunday’s procession in 1978, under the group of confraternities of the Resucitado and San Juan Apóstol. In the Easter Week of 2004 it is replaced the García Mengual’s carvings by others by Limón Parra, under the presidence of Juan Antonio Martínez Rodríguez.
Canonically erected in the Santiago’s Main Church.
Made of white whool with vertical buttons which adheres to body with a golden-coloured rope. A green velvet cape with the Confraternity’s emblem embroidered in gold and hood in the same colour with fringe of small golden tube.
The standard: it is embroidered over green velvet to the coat of arms, with vegetable motives. In the middle, there is a big cross with gust and slips of paper with the Passion’s attributes. It was embroidered at the Isidora Navarro’s workshop in 1996. It was designed by Mr. José Tévar.
María Magdalena, María, Santiago’s mother and Salomé bought scents for going to embalm Jesús. They arrived to the Sepulchre, already risen the sun, looking, they saw that the rock had been moved, entering in the sepulchre they saw one young man who was sat dressed in white robe and he told them: “He is not here, but you go to tell the disciples that He will precede you to Galilee, there you will see Him, as He has told you”.
In 1978 this paso goes out by first time with carvings by García Mengual, until 2004 that they are substituted by others from the Sevillian Francisco Limón Parra, an already recognised sculptor in Jumilla, for counting several pasos, all came from his workshop.
The throne is made over a platform of a gently concave outline upholstered of brocade and oriented over a frame, coordinated in greens, the decoration will be completed with golden pieces arranged crowning the platform in the style of marked cresting by little pinnacles.
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