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Església parroquial de Santa Justa i Santa Rufina


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Prats de Molló i la Presta, Església parroquial de Santa Justa i Santa Rufina

Prats de Molló i la Presta, Església parroquial de Santa Justa i Santa Rufina
In many ancient pre-Catholic traditions we find the serpent as guardian of sacred places. A troubling figure of Romanesque iconography, it possesses the versatility of its distant antecedents in the sacred art of ancient civilizations. It is not impossible that in Romanesque art it has retained its symbolism of the verticalization of the human and its unholy claim to divine privileges.
It is also a symbol of wisdom, of superior wisdom received from one or more gods.
At the time of Romanesque art, Celtic traditions were still alive and the artists who decorated the churches perpetuated this knowledge in cryptic form through symbols so that future generations could interpret them.
A form of fighting against the compulsory catholicization and the obliteration of the religions that preceded it.

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Dans beaucoup d'anciennes traditions pré-catholiques nous trouvons le serpent comme gardien des lieux sacrés. Figure troublante de l'iconographie Romane, il possède la polyvalence de ses lointains antécédents de l'art sacré des anciennes civilisations. Il n'est pas impossibl qu'en art Roman il ait conservé son symbolisme de verticalization de l'humain et sa revendication impie de privilèges divins.
Il est aussi symbole de sagesse, d'une sagesse supérieure reçue d'un ou des dieux.
À l'époque de l'art Roman les traditions celtiques étaient encore vivaces et les artistes qui décoraient les églises ont fait perdurer cette connaissance de forme cryptique à travers des symboles pour que les générations futures puissent les interpréter.
Une forme de lutter contre la catholicization obligatoire et l'effacement des religions qui l'ont précédé.
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Nouchetdu38, aNNa schramm, tiabunna, ╰☆☆June☆☆╮ and 29 other people have particularly liked this photo


15 comments - The latest ones
 Boro
Boro
Excellente **********
17 months ago.
 neira-Dan
neira-Dan club
orientation originale , et un superbe détail
17 months ago.
 LotharW
LotharW club
Perfekt. Und die Schlange freut sich über jeden Besucher. Hallo Q2!
17 months ago.
 John Sheldon
John Sheldon club
You have picked up some humour in what is, perhaps, an unexpected place!
17 months ago.
Xata club
has replied to John Sheldon club
Classical in Catalunya, saw quite a lot of those in romanic churches. I am going to add the symbolic meaning of it there in comment to the photo... thanks for asking
17 months ago.
 Marie-claire Gallet
Marie-claire Gallet club
WOW, great, Isabel ********************
17 months ago.
 William Sutherland
William Sutherland club
Outstanding shot! Stay well!

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17 months ago.
 Boarischa Krautmo
Boarischa Krautmo club
beautiful with this shallow DOF!
17 months ago.
 Esther
Esther club
Gorgeous woodwork.
17 months ago.
 Nautilus
Nautilus club
un bel objet patiné par d' innombrables mains , depuis des siècles...
17 months ago.
 FotoArt
FotoArt club
Klasse Detail-Aufnahme.
17 months ago.
 Rosalyn Hilborne
Rosalyn Hilborne club
A beautiful old door!!
17 months ago.
 tiabunna
tiabunna club
Interesting information and a great close-up.
17 months ago.
 aNNa schramm
aNNa schramm club
it looks dangerous you shouldn't touch the handle !!!!
17 months ago.
Xata club
has replied to aNNa schramm club
I am used to handle snakes, dont worry!!!!
17 months ago.

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