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RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Typology and Prophecy
→ Cycles → Manuscripts and Prints → Speculum humanae salvationis → Chapter 15: Entry into Jerusalem
→ 15c: Triumph of David (Variant: Expulsion of the money-changers)
The Speculum: introduction - description - summary


→ All images
→ Original composition: David holds in one hand the sword, and lifts up with the other Goliath's head, opposite him a crowd
→ Variant: David holds in one hand the sword, in the other, but not lifted up, Goliath's head, opposite him a crowd
→ Variant: David carries Goliath's head on the top of his sword, opposite him a crowd
→ Variant: David carries Goliath's head and a shepherd's staff, opposite him a crowd
→ Variant: David carries the head but not the sword in the other hand
→ Variant: David brings Goliath's head to Saul (without a large crowd)
→ Variant: David does not carry Goliath's head
→ Variant: David attacking or mutilating Goliath, with a festive crowd waiting
→ Variant (or additional image inserted between 15c and 15d): Expulsion of the money-changers (additional Antitype)