This chapter explores how a female patron used iconography to construct persuasive visual evidence supporting the case for Sancia's canonization. Development of support for Sancia's sanctity was further promoted by the iconography of the tomb which emphasized her religious piety and virtue. The imagery of Sancia of Majorca's tomb emphasizes her devotion to the Eucharist through a visual representation of imitatio Christi. The depictions of eucharistic banquet scenes in the panel of St Irene and the tomb of Sancia of Majorca highlight the significance of food to the religious experience of both women. Food was a central motif in medieval spirituality both on a metaphorical and practical level. The fresco cycle from the church of Santa Maria Donna Regina depicting the Life of St Elizabeth of Hungary provides an important precedent in the visual culture of late medieval Naples.