"Noli me tangere"
Passio Christi ab Alberto Durer Nurenbergensi effigiata cum varii generis carminibus Fratris Benedicti Chelidonii Musophili.
Nuremberg: Albrecht Dürer, 1511. (11012)
In the next woodcut, Christ Appearing to Mary Magdalene, the devoted follower does not recognize the Savior at first, for he has the appearance of a gardener. According to the Latin text he tells her not to touch him ("Noli me tangere"), for he has not yet ascended to his Father in heaven.