Holy Trinity

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    Sedgeford, Norfolk

    17th century continental panel leaning against a window at Sedgeford, Norfolk. It is a symbol of the Holy Trinity. The three outer circles are lettered Pater ('father'), Filius ( 'son') and Scts Sps (Sanctus Spiritus - 'holy spirit'), with Deus ('God') in the middle. The outer ribbons have non est ('is not') in them, while the inner ribbons est ('is'). It is meant to demonstrate the triune nature of the Godhead.

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    1. ribizlifozelek 91 months ago | reply

      Beautiful stained glass window.

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    2. Whipper_snapper 91 months ago | reply

      Lovely shot Simon.

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    3. Ian-S 81 months ago | reply

      Superb picture. It's made me want to take a look at Sedgeford church myself.

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