1721 - Holy Trinity - Obrubce, Czech Republic
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N 50° 27.586 E 015° 03.713
33U E 504392 N 5589752
Quick Description: Three chronograms on the pedestal of the Holy Trinity sculpture
Location: Středočeský kraj, Czechia
Date Posted: 12/25/2020 6:39:32 AM
Waymark Code: WM13JGM
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member PISA-caching
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Long Description:
The chronograms are located on the sandstone pedestal. The Roman numerals of chronogram are larger than the other letters and are not color-coded from the rest of the text.

The year 1721 from the chronogram referring to erection of the statue.


The chronograms:
stabIt In aMore soLIVs DeI patrIs et fILII et spIrItVs sanCtI // 1721
oMnIs CVLtor a Dorans etorans fLeXo genV // 1721
faCergo eXCorDe et eXanIMo toto // 1721


The Holy Trinity
The Trinity is most commonly seen in Christian art with the Spirit represented by a dove, as specified in the Gospel accounts of the Baptism of Christ; he is nearly always shown with wings outspread. However depictions using three human figures appear occasionally in most periods of art.

The Father and the Son are usually differentiated by age, and later by dress, but this too is not always the case. The usual depiction of the Father as an older man with a white beard may derive from the biblical Ancient of Days, which is often cited in defense of this sometimes controversial representation. However, in Eastern Orthodoxy the Ancient of Days is usually understood to be God the Son, not God the Father; early Byzantine images show Christ as the Ancient of Days, but this iconography became rare. When the Father is depicted in art, he is sometimes shown with a halo shaped like an equilateral triangle, instead of a circle. The Son is often shown at the Father's right hand.[Acts 7:56] He may be represented by a symbol—typically the Lamb (agnus dei) or a cross—or on a crucifix, so that the Father is the only human figure shown at full size. In early medieval art, the Father may be represented by a hand appearing from a cloud in a blessing gesture, for example in scenes of the Baptism of Christ. Later, in the West, the Throne of Mercy (or "Throne of Grace") became a common depiction. In this style, the Father (sometimes seated on a throne) is shown supporting either a crucifix or, later, a slumped crucified Son, similar to the Pieta (this type is distinguished in German as the Not Gottes), in his outstretched arms, while the Dove hovers above or in between them. This subject continued to be popular until the 18th century at least.

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Pískovcové sousoší na trojbokém podstavci. Základ dvoustupnový, spodní stupen v úrovni terénu. Podstavec s nárožími v ustoupení zaoblenými. Sokl dvoudílný, profilovaný. Strední díl s rytými rámci: obdélník, do vykrojený a nahore prevýšený obloukem. Na všech stranách nápisy. Pod rímsou odsazení a obloun. Rímsa výrazne vysazená. Na vrcholku sousoší na trojbokém soklíku, konkávne probraném, s rímsickou. Na oblacích sedící Buh Otec, drží telo mrtvého Syna v pokleku, na jehož prsou pritisknuta holubice Ducha svatého.
Type of numerals used: Roman

Text of the original chronogram: stabIt In aMore soLIVs DeI patrIs et fILII et spIrItVs sanCtI // oMnIs CVLtor a Dorans etorans fLeXo genV // faCergo eXCorDe et eXanIMo toto

Pure chronogram?: no

Natural chronogram?: no

English translation of the chronogram: Not listed

Website explaining the chronogram: Not listed

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