Moses in Medieval Stained Glass

Author: 
William Johnstone

William Johnstone, stating that he writes primarily as a student of the Hebrew Bible, examines the place of Moses in the typology which undergirds the pictorial summa theologica provided by medieval stained glass. Eleven of the author’s photographs (three in colour) illustrate examples which he cites from windows in Sens, Cologne, and St Denis, and in the enamels, now the Verduner altar, which provide a particularly full account of the typological scheme. Much information and many references are provided in forty-four footnotes.

Reference: 
Volume 42 Winter 2006/7, p33
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