"Noli me tangere"

Albrecht Dürer.
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.

The Small Passion
"Noli me tangere"