John Block Friedman - The Monstrous Races in Medieval Art and Thought

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p. 44, a world map to compare with the Ebstorf (see Morris Bishop, the Middle Ages) . Here the figure of Christ stands behind the map, flanked by two angels {AND HOLDING IN HIS HANDS THE UMIM AND THURIM ! --IF NOT,THEN WHAT } While Jerusalem is positioned and called "The navel of the World".

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