God as a Righteous Judge in the Symbolical Biblical Iconosphere of the Christian Antiquity and Middle Ages
The article presents and analyzes several symbolical-allegorical interpretations of biblical literary motives present in the work of Garnier of Langres Allegoriae totius Scripturae. They are gathered in the following groups: 1. The Body of God; 2. Instruments in the hands of God; 3. Weapons of God; 4. Cosmical-atmospherical symbolism; 5. Symbolism of the elements.
Bible; Scripture; symbol; allegory; interpretation; tradition; Garnier of Langres; judgment; judge
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