ecce homo

[ ech-ey hoh-moh, ek-ey for 1; ek-see hoh-moh, ek-ey for 2 ]SEE DEFINITION OF ecce homo
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To me,” he said in Ecce Homo, “they are promises: I know not what they mean to others.

At an early part of the period to which this chapter belongs, the famous volume entitled “Ecce Homo” was published.

This class of Catholics is not likely to take interest in a pictorial "Ecce Homo."

Gazing upon Him, we can exclaim with inexpressible enthusiasm and unutterable ecstasy, "Ecce Homo!"

They are of the same class as those in the cloister, and one of them, a large Ecce Homo, is certainly a very fine work.

Such, as the author of "Ecce Homo" considers, is "the question between religion and science" now before the world.

The engraving "Ecce Homo" is in two states, a fine proof having been added.

WORD ORIGIN

Latin, literally "behold the man" (John xix:5).

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