Jesus uses his white linteum (John 13:4) to dry the foot
of St. Peter, identifiable by his square beard and principal
position. Peter's gesture may refer to his request, "wash also my
hands and my head" (John 13:9).
The forked beard of the next apostle in line probably signifies
St. Andrew, and the curly hair on the next one St. Bartholomew.
The next three are anybody's guess, and the six apostles in back
are barely differentiated at all.
More of the Last Supper
More of the apostles as a group
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