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Cherubim and Seraphim:
Iconography in the First Jerusalem Temple

John Gee

Presented at

The 2020 Temple on Mount Zion Conference

Saturday, November 7, 2020

Sponsered by The Interpreter Foundation and Brigham Young University College of Humanities

 

A number of passages in the Hebrew Bible describe the temple and its iconography. Two of the features of the temple are the presence of cherubim and seraphim. These were well known to the writers of the Bible, but the images that spring to the modern western mind are probably not correct. I will demonstrate what the ancient iconography of these figures was and how we know that this is correct.

 

 

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