Saturday, August 31, 2013 8:14:20 AM
[quote"> Moses is always portayed with horns, but its meant to be rays of light out of his head, symbolizing widsom godly enlightenment. [/quote">
@alpensepp Your argument sounds like something people made up afterwards, because the horns are actually based on a translation error. The Hebrew word for "radiant in glory" was mistaken for "horned" by biblical translator St. Jerome. Even Michelangelo made a statue with a Moses with horns. So much for the literal word of God, eh?
Saturday, August 31, 2013 5:55:48 AM
Johanvb sorry to steal your thunder: the droste effect is a repetition of the picture in the picture. This is not a reappearance of the same picture (the droste effect)