Palmesel, 15th century, Franconia, Germany. The German word Palmesel (palm donkey) refers to the statue of Christ on a donkey, mounted on a wheeled platform, which was part of Palm Sunday processions in many German-speaking regions until the Reformation. In the Middle Ages these processions, which reenacted Christ's entry into Jersualem mounted on an ass, were lively pageants in which hymns were sung, palms strewn, and clothes spread on the ground before the Palmesel.
I found the photo here interesting. It shows that it's a book with numerous morality plays inside of it. It also depicts the religious value of the story by having Noah's arc on the front of the book. It shows that there are other religious morality plays besides everyman. Everyman did have significant religious messages in the story.
2ND GOLDEN AGE - ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT - David Composing the Psalms, from the Paris Psalter c. 900 A.D. 14 1/8 x 10 1/4" David plays harp at the side of "Melody." Echo at far right, animals charmed by music, and bottom male figure symbolizes Bethlehem. Iconoclasm (rejection of religious images) brought about renewed interest in secular art. Figures derived from classical models - have little to do with Bible but Greek Mythology. LOCATION: BIBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALE, PARIS
Misterio de Elche religious theatre. It is a lyric drama of medieval origins, that has been staged since the 13th century, one of the customary representations of the Assumption in Mediterranean Europe. The play is based on several texts from the Apocryphal Gospels, quite popular during the Middle Ages.