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RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Old Testament
→ Ecclesiasticus
→ Historiated initials
→ Ecclus 1:26: In thesauris sapientiae intellectus et scientiae religiositas (In the treasures of wisdom is understanding, and religiousness of knowledge)
→ Ecclus 4:10: Memorare novissima tua, et in aeternum non peccabis (remember thy last end, and thou shalt never sin)
→ Ecclus 6:22: Quasi lapidis virtus probatio erit in illis, et non demorabuntur projicere illam (She shall be to them (the unlearned) as a mighty stone of trial, and they will cast her from them bef
→ Ecclus 24:22: Ego quasi terebinthus extendi ramos meos (I have stretched out my branches as the turpentine tree)
→ Ecclus. 24:24: Ego mater pulchrae dilectionis et timoris et agnitionis et sanctae spei (I am the mother of fair love and of fear and of knowledge and of holy hope)
→ Ecclus 41:1: O mors quam amara est memoria tua (Oh death, how bitter is the remembrance of thee)
→ Ecclus 43:20: Pulchritudinem candoris ejus admirabitur oculus (The eye admireth at the beauty of the whiteness thereof)
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