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© Diana Bobb 2020

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The visual language is characterized on the one hand by a narrative, but above all by a symbolic language. The prophet is embodied by a large hand and a golden circle. In contrast to that, the snake is repeatedly taken up as a biblical symbol for sin and appears both in an ambivalent form as a pattern, just as it meanders through the arched picture between the personified deadly sins and binds a human being in the picture above the passage. By taking a closer look at the picture in the arch one can see which of the figures represent pride, anger, envy, greed, gluttony, lust and indolence.

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