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RELIGIOUS ICONOGRAPHY
Typology and Prophecy
→ Cycles → Manuscripts and Prints → Speculum humanae salvationis → Chapter 4: Nativity of Mary
→ 4c: The closed gate of the Temple
The Speculum: introduction - description - summary


→ All images
→ Original composition: Wall with a closed gate, with a tower on each side
→ Variant: Tripartite wall with a closed gate in the central section
→ Variant: Tower with a closed door, without persons
→ Variant: Tower with a closed door, with Ezechiel
→ Variant: Tower with a closed door, with two kings
→ Variant: Closed gate in a wall or a gatehouse, without persons
→ Variant: Closed gate in a wall or a gatehouse, with Ezechiel
→ Variant: Closed gate in a wall or a gatehouse, with angel
→ Variant: Closed gate in a wall or a gatehouse, with a king outside and the Virgin and Child inside
→ Other building types with a closed door, without persons
→ Other building types with a closed door, with Ezechiel