A colored version of the old title page of the Toledo edition, Remón de Petras (1536) and by J Toledo, Juan de Ayala (1538).
Melibea in the garden, in the opening scene of the work (p. 36). Alone in the vegetation, with long plaits and a wall in the background.
Sempronio's discussion with Celestina and Elicia about whether there were noises coming from the floor above (p. 43). The three characters, and a staircase in the background. Sempronio and Celestina argue behind, Elicia appears to be crying or…
Sempronio and Celestina arrive at the door of Calisto's house (p. 46). He is knocking on the door.
Pármeno and Calisto descending the staircase while Celestina and Sempronio, not included in the image, wait for them below (p. 52).
Calisto leaving his house on horseback, and Pármeno, cursing him in the background (p. 73).
Vignette with a portrait of a woman, supposedly Elicia (p. 81).
Celestina performing her spell in her house in front of the fire (p. 83).
A somewhat contemporary image of the devil as an illustration of Celestina's words a few lines before "Por aquí anda el diablo" ("Here walks the devil") (p. 90.).
Celestina's first visit to Melibea's house, who stands angrily from her chair and reproaches her for her business there (p. 97).
Melibea hands over her cord to Celestina (p. 103). The scene takes place in the garden.
Calisto and Pármeno at the window watching Celestina near the house with the cord (we do not see Celestina) (p. 111).
Calisto receives Celestina at his house, who reasons before handing over the cord. Decoration of weapons and urns (p. 114).
Calisto takes the cord from Celestina's hands (p. 125).
Calisto embraces the cord (p. 131).
Celestina goes to the bed in which Areúsa is lying (p. 143).
Celestina descends the stairs leaving Pármeno and Areúsa in bed (p. 149).
Pármeno sees and greets Sempronio from afar (p. 155).
Pármeno and Sempronio comment on the situation of their master, who is in bed thinking about love (p. 160). Vignette with black background.
The banquet in Celestina's house (p. 171). She is standing with the jug of wine in hand.
Vignette of a heart wounded by an arrow (p. 180).
Melibea collapsed in her chair and Celestina taking her pulse (p. 189). Vignette.
Calisto hands over the chain to Celestina while Pármeno and Sempronio whisper to each other (p. 198).
Calisto talks to Melibea through the door while Pármeno and Sempronio stand guard (p. 208).
Melibea answers Calisto next to the garden gate, from inside (p. 210).
The death of Celestina at the hands of Pármeno and Sempronio with Elicia present (p. 225).
Herald proclaiming the deaths of Pármeno and Sempronio (p. 231). Vignette.
Vignette of the end of the chapter, with a small dead bird (p. 234).
Calisto holds Melibea's hand on a bench in the garden (p. 237).
Cat playing with a ball of wool (p. 240).
Pleberio and Alisa speak about the convenience of marrying off Melibea (p. 256).
Centurio speaks with Elicia and Areúsa in her house (p. 270).
Vignette of the end of the chapter with two separate scenes: two birds, one in a fallen nest and an adult bird looking on from the tree (p. 273).
Calisto climbing the wall of the garden of Melibea, the moon in the sky (p. 277).
Lucrecia spying on the lovers from behind the vegetation (p. 281).
Melibea laments the death of Calisto seated on a bench in the garden (p. 284).
Melibea lies dead after throwing herself from the tower (p. 294). Vignette.