In art, there are literally thousands of Crucifixions, but no two are the same. Some artists concentrate on Jesus' agony, some on his serenity. For some, it's a gruesome moment of defeat; for others, a glorious triumph over sin. For all of them, the point is that Jesus was killed. Christ's body was taken down from the cross — an act called a "Deposition" when depicted in art. In a "Lamentation," Jesus' followers mourn over his dead body, as in Botticelli's Lamentation over the Dead Christ with Saints (detail), c. 1490 (Alte Pinakothek, Munich).