Cream-coloured tunics with burgundy buttons and burgundy velvet masks. Burgundy ribbon to tie their robes (cíngulo) and cream-coloured capes.
Pontificia e Ilustre Hermandad Sacramental y Cofradía de Nazarenos de Nuestro Padre Jesús de la Sentencia y María Santísima de las Maravillas
Iglesia Parroquial de San Pedro y San Pablo (two floats).
Where to see it:
Leaving and returning via the Carrera del Darro. The collection in San Pedro is also very striking.
Representing when Jesus is sentenced by Pilate, in the presence of two Romans, one executioner and one black slave..
The entire group was made by Benito Barbero (in the 1970s), except for the image of Christ, which was made by José de Mora (17th century.).
María Santísima de la Maravillas.
Author of the image:
Pedro de Mena (17th century).
Assistant dressers: 50