Chief priests and scribes want to put Jesus to death, but are wary about doing so during the Feast of Unleavened Bread. A woman anoints Jesus’ head with expensive oil. Jesus rebukes the disciples who say that the oil may have been sold, and the proceeds given to the poor. Jesus is betrayed by Judas Iscariot. At the last supper, Jesus tells his disciples that one of them will betray him. The bread and the wine is Jesus’ body and blood – the blood of the new covenant. Jesus predicts the desertion of the disciples and Peter’s denial. Jesus prays for the cup to be taken from him at Gethsemane. Jesus rouses the disciples, who are sleeping. Judas betrays Jesus with a kiss. The high priest’s ear is cut off. Jesus is forsaken by a young follower, who in the confusion fled naked. Jesus is brought before the Sanhedrin. There is a false accusation about destroying the temple and rebuilding it in three days. When asked by the high priest, Jesus says that he is the Christ, and that he will be seen at the right hand of God, coming with the clouds in heaven. The high priest tears his clothes and accuses Jesus of blasphemy. Jesus is blindfolded, beaten and mocked. Peter denies Jesus three times.