Here is a great resource for students of the historic Western lectionary - it includes some great 16th century woodcuts geared to the Gospel lessons.
This is a Roman resource, so you'll have to consult your copy of Luther Reed's The Lutheran Liturgy for those places in which the Lutheran lectionary differs from Rome. These differences, more often than not, are because the Lutherans are maintaining the northern European lessons which differed slightly from what was current in Rome, mostly in the order of certain Gospel lessons.
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