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The Jesse Tree has been depicted in almost every medium of Christian art.
In particular, it is the subject of many stained glass windows and illuminated manuscripts.
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During the Medieval era the symbol of the tree as an expression of lineage was adopted by the nobility and has passed into common usage initially in the form of the family tree and later as a mode of expressing any line of descent.
The form is widely used as a table in such disciplines as biology.
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The Tree of Jesse is a depiction in art of the ancestors of Christ, shown in a tree which rises from Jesse of Bethlehem, the father of King David and is the original use of the family tree as a schematic representation of a genealogy.
There are many examples in Medieval psalters, because of the relation to King David, son of Jesse, and writer of the Psalms.
Other examples are in stained glass windows, stone carvings around the portals of medieval cathedrals and painting on walls and ceilings.
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The Tree of Jesse also appears in smaller art forms such as embroideries and ivories. Virga is a "green twig", "rod" or "broom", as well as a convenient near-pun with Virgo or Virgin, which undoubtedly influenced the development of the image. In the New Testament the lineage of Jesus is traced by two of the Gospel writers, Matthew in descending order, and Luke in ascending order.