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Harley 603 f. 55v Psalm 107
Psalm 107
Description: Detail of a pen drawing illustrating Psalm 107: rays from the personified sun fall on the Psalmist, who has a harp, lute and measuring rod; King David is standing in a walled enclosure (centre), holding a pair of shoes and to his right are seated Gilead, Manasseh and Ephraim, while Moab, to their right, holds a cup. 
Origin: England, S. E. (Canterbury), Christ Church Cathedral Priory 


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