The figure here
resembles the similarly named San Paciencia
santo in Teitipac, Mexico. In both, an exhausted Christ sits
with a rope yoke around his neck. But unlike the Mexican exemplar, this
Christ has a crown of thorns and wears less clothing.
On the right we see
the kneeling donor, behind her an outdoor scene. The cross, with its
INRI label, is at Jesus' feet. At the lower left is a basket containing
rope and two of the familiar instruments in the Arma Christi, a hammer and tongs.
Behind the basket is a red garment -- probably the purple cloak the
soldiers used to mock him, or possibly the seamless garment for which
lots were cast after he died.
More of the tortures of the Passion