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French Art Rectangular Capital Fides Ecclesia From Nazareth

French Art Rectangular Capital Fides Ecclesia From Nazareth

Column Capital of Fides Ecclesia From Nazareth Showing a Crowned Woman Holding a Cross in he Hand Accompanied by a Barefoot Man, some researchers see the scene as the Byzantine idea of the liberation of Adam through the Christ to the underworld. however, others identify the crowned lady with the Church mother, holding the hand of an apostle, assisting him to rise up to temptations, represented through the demons armed with bows and prepared to shoot their arrows.

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French Art Rectangular Capital Fides Ecclesia From Nazareth
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