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Tribute Money may refer to two separate incidents in the life of Jesus, and paintings representing them:
- Coin in the fish's mouth, (Matthew 17:24-27)
- Render unto Caesar..., (Matthew 22:15-22, Mark 12:13-17, Luke 20:20-26), with reference to the Tribute penny
- one of the above
- The Tribute Money, by Ludovico Mazzolino, in Christ Church, Oxford
- The Tribute Money, 1612 painting by Peter Paul Rubens, in California Palace of the Legion of Honor
- The Tribute Money, 1629 etching by Rembrandt
- Tribute Money, by Alexander Maximilian Seitz
- Christ and the Tribute Money, by Anton von Werner
- The Tribute Money, by Giuseppe Bazzani, in MacKenzie Art Gallery, Saskatchewan
- The Tribute Money, 1742 painting by Giuseppe Bazzani, in San Diego Museum of Art, California
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