Jesus is scourged, crowned with thorns, mocked, and buffeted by the soldiers. Pilate declareth his innocence: the Jews charge him with assuming the title of the Son of God. Pilate upon further examination is more desirous to release him, but overcome with the clamours of the Jews delivereth him to be crucified. He is led to Golgotha, and crucified between two malefactors. Pilate's inscription on his cross. The soldiers part his garments. He commendeth his mother to John; receiveth vinegar to drink, and dieth. The legs of the others are broken, and the side of Jesus pierced. Joseph of Arimathaea beggeth his body, and assisted by Nicodemus burieth it.