VIA| After his triumphal entry into Jerusalem, Jesus went to the great Temple of Jerusalem and attacked the stalls of the money-changers and merchants who did business in the Court of the Gentiles.
His action frightened the Temple authorities (“order followers“), who feared he was about to lead a rebellion against Rome rule.
Expulsion of the Money-Changers by Jesus, Valentin de Boulogne
The Merchants chased from the Temple, James Tissot
Christ Cleansing the Temple, by Carl Heinrich Bloch, 1875
Jesus Cleaning the Temple
Christ Driving Merchants from the Temple, Jacob Jordeans, 1650
Expulsion of the Money-changers from the Temple