Iconography
ARCHITECTURE
Britain
CanterburyCathedral North Choir Aislen. XIV (containing parts of the Third, Fourth and Sixth Typological Windows)
RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Old Testament
Genesis Noah The Flood (Gen. 6:1-9:17)Noah sends forth the dove for the second time, it returns with an olive branch (Gen. 8: 10-11)
Life of Christ
Ministry Christ and the ApostlesMiraculous draught of fishes (Luke 5:4-7)Story
The Church
Ecclesiastical Allegory Ecclesia e circumcisione and Ecclesia e gentibus
Typology and Prophecy
CyclesStained GlassCanterbury CathedralThird Typological Window (parts surviving in n. XIV)6th and 7th registers: Baptism of Christ
CyclesStained GlassCanterbury CathedralFourth Typological Window (parts inserted in n. XIV)4th register: Miraculous draught of fishes
Types and Prophecies from the Old Testament Genesis Gen. 7:17-24: The FloodType for the Baptism of Christ
Antitypes for episodes from the Ministry of Christ Baptism with Gen. 7:17-24: The Flood
Further details
The Ark and the Crossing of the Red Sea (panel 19, lost) were Types for the Baptism of Christ (panel 22, lost) of the Third Typological Window; the Draught of Fishes and Peter with the Jewish Church came from the Sixth Window, the third panel Paul and the Gentile Church (panel 28, lost)
ARTIST/CREATOR
English
DATE
1178 - 1180
LOCATION
Canterbury, Christ Church Cathedral, North Quire Aisle (n. XIV, 3rd and 4th register, panels 11 (displaced from panel 18), 12 and 15 (both displaced from the Fourth Typological Window, panels 29 and 30))
Notes on photograph
COLLECTION
Photo: Ian Jones
BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION
Madeleine H. Caviness, The Windows of Christ Church Cathedral Canterbury (Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi, Great Britain, 2), London 1981, p. 103f.
Contact
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