Bible Symbols (page 4/4)

[picture: Hands from p. 69]

Hands from p. 69

Hands, from the clip-art Bible. See page 69 for the context.

[picture: Bare Feet of God, from p. 69]

Bare Feet of God, from p. 69

Feet, from the clip-art Bible. See page 69 for the context.

[picture: Sheep, from p. 69]

Sheep, from p. 69

Sheep grazing in a field by the side of a hill, from the clip-art Bible. See page 69 for the context. [more...]

[picture: Oxen, from p. 69]

Oxen, from p. 69

Oxen, with one ox standing and one laying down, others in the background. Taken from the clip-art Bible. See page 69 for the context. [more...]

[picture: The field, from p. 69]

The field, from p. 69

The field, with wheat ready to be harvested, and a rather English-looking church spire in the background. Taken from the clip-art Bible. See page 69 for the context. [more...]

[picture: Fowl of the air, from p. 69]

Fowl of the air, from p. 69

The cockerel and a hen shown here pecking away may or may not be native to Palestine, but chickens are perhaps not the first birds to come to mind when one hears the phrase “fowl of the air.” The [...] [more...]

[picture: Fish of the sea, from p. 69]

Fish of the sea, from p. 69

A rather large fish, from the clip-art Bible. See page 69 for the context.

[picture: The sea, from p. 69]

The sea, from p. 69

The sea, from the clip-art Bible. See page 69 for the context.

[picture: Full-page border with ivy]

Full-page border with ivy

You could think of this border as depicting a rectangle of metal rods with ivy growing along them. It’s Edwardian, just two years after the death of Queen Victoria, but it’s also timeless. [more...]

[picture: Full-page brown and green border with ivy creeper]

Full-page brown and green border with ivy creeper

This border looks like it’s made of wooden rods with ivy growing around it. The illusion is made stronger by the brown and green colouring. [more...]

[picture: Money Chest: The Treasury]

Money Chest: The Treasury

A heavy old wooden chest stands with its lid optn, a large padlock resting open in the handle, and inside the box we see a pile of gold coins: money. [more...]

[picture: Money Chest: The Treasurey (Coloured version)]

Money Chest: The Treasurey (Coloured version)

I coloured a copy of the Money Chest: The Treasury to make the pile of coins really gold (well, yellow) and the wood be brown. [more...]


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