Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris Images

The south rose window, donated by King St. Louis and installed c.1260. Its general themes are the New Testament, the Triumph of Christ, and the symbolic number four. Repaired more than once over the centuries, many of the panes are out of their original order. In the third and fourth circle are scenes from the Life of St. Matthew that date from the 12th century. Credit: Holly Hayes. All Rights Reserved.


Image ID
2380
Title
South Rose Window (c.1260)
Date
July 21, 2008
Location
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Date
July 21, 2008
Coordinates
48.8529770° N, 2.3499370° E
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Image Type
digital photo
File Type
jpg
Camera
Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Focal Length
70
Iso
1600
Keywords
c13, cathedral, catholic, church, france, gothic, medieval, notre dame, paris, rose, south, stained glass, transept, window, year1260
Original Filename
xti_9834.JPG
Creator
Holly Hayes
Source
EdStockPhoto

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