Iconography
RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Old Testament
Genesis Joseph Joseph thrown into the well (Gen. 37:23-24)
Genesis Jacob's life in Egypt and his death Joseph receives Jacob in Egypt (Gen. 46:29)
Genesis Jacob's life in Egypt and his death Joseph presents his father and his brothers to Pharaoh (Gen. 47:7-10)
Exodus Moses and the burning bush Moses sees a burning bush and approaches (Exod. 3:1-3)
Exodus The Crossing of the Red Sea Moses stretches out his hands and the water recedes (Exod. 14:21)
Exodus The Crossing of the Red Sea Moses stretches out his hand again, and the sea returns (Exod. 14:26-28)
Exodus The Crossing of the Red Sea The Israelites praise God (Exod. 15:1-22)The Israelites as a crowd
Exodus Childhood of Moses Birth of Moses (Exod. 2:1-2)
Exodus Childhood of Moses Moses is left in the Nile (Exod. 2:3)
Exodus The oppression of the Israelites Pharaoh commands the midwives to kill all boys (Exod. 1:15-16)
Exodus The Giving of the Law on Sinai Moses bearing the tables of the Law
Exodus The Tabernacle The tabernacle completed
Exodus The Golden Calf The worship of the Golden Calf (Exod. 32:6)
Numbers The death of Miriam, Waters of Meribah (Num. 20) The waters of Meribah (Num. 20:7-13)Scene
Numbers The Brazen Serpent (Num. 21:1-9) The Israelites look at the serpent and are healed (Num. 21:9)
Psalms Cycles The Utrecht Psalter and related manuscriptsParis Psalter - original drawings
Further details
row 1: Jacob arrives in Egypt; Jacob introduced to Pharaoh; Pharaoh orders killing of Israelite boys; row 2: Birth and exposure of Moses; Burning Bush; Passage through Red Sea; Row 3: Pharaoh drowns; Rejoicing; Commandments and Golden Calf; Row 4: Tabernacle; Brazen Serpent; Waters of Meribah
ARTIST/CREATOR
Canterbury (Christ Church)
DATE
1180 - 1200
LOCATION
Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France → lat. 8846, fol. 2r
Notes on photograph
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Henri Omont, Psautier illustré (XIIIe siècle). Reproduction des 107 miniatures du manuscrit Latin 8846 de la Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris 1906, plate 3
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RELATIONS
Gallica (digitised version)
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