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Canterbury Cathedral - Medieval stained glass depiction of the Entombment of Christ in the Corona Redemption Window c.1200-07.

Canterbury Cathedral - Medieval stained glass depiction of Babylonia in the Corona Redemption Window, c.1200-07.

Medieval stained glass depiction of Jonah being swallowed by the whale, as an Old Testament "type" for the Entombment of Christ. Corona Redemption Window , c.1200-07.

Canterbury Cathedral - Medieval stained glass depiction of Samson sleeping with Delilah in Gaza (Judges 16:19), as an Old Testament "type" for the Entombment of Christ. Corona Redemption Window (Corona I), c.1200-07.

Canterbury Cathedral - Medieval stained glass depiction of Pentecost with flanking scenes of Old Testament "types." Corona Redemption Window c.1200-07. At the top is Christ in Glory, from whom come the "tongues of fire" that touched the apostles at Pentecost. On the left is Moses consecrating Aaron, with the anointing oil as a parallel for the tongues of fire.

Canterbury Cathedral - The Entry of the Priests into the Holy of Holies (3 Ki 1:8) as a type of the Ascension in the Corona Redemption Window (c.1200-07). The Ark of the Covenant is opened and "the glory of the Lord had filled the house of the Lord."

Stained Glass at Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral - The Wedding at Cana in the Third Typological Window.

Medieval Stained glass

medieval stained glass