Realized by – Neapolitan school in 1853
Ordered by – Candelora Congregation
It belongs to the congregation of bricklayers
Labor cost – Lire 1.275
The simulacrum built in Naples by an unknown sculptor is the oldest among the sixteen who today take part in the procession.
The scene depicts the moment when the body of Jesus is moved to the sepulcher by Joseph of Arimathea, Nicodemus and the Apostle John, who, taken with compassionate act, set their gaze on the martyrdom of the Nazarene.
Particularly guessed is the cadaveric abandonment of Christ, especially for the hanging arm hanging from the sacred Sindone.
The group of sorrows complete the Magdalene and the Virgin Mary, overwhelmed by suffering, turns her eyes to the sky.