Place du Marché
(Dënzelt - Dingstuhl)
Statues de la façade de Dënzelt
Statues on the façade of the Justice Hall
The front façade has in the center statues of the Virgin Mary and King Salomon and on the corners the four cardinal virtues:
Top row, left to right:
And on the east façade a smaller statue of:
- Temperantia - Restraint or Temperance. Depicted as a woman with a shield with a bird.
- (no name) La Vierge à l'enfant / St. Mary with child
- Prudentia - Prudence. Depicted as a woman with a shield with a snake.
Bottom row, left to right:
- Justitia - Justice. Depicted as a woman with a palm leaf and a shield with a phoenix in flames.
- Salomon R. - Le Roi Salomon / King Solomon
- Fortitudo - Courage or Fortitude. Depicted as a knight in armour, with sword and shield with lion.
- Robert v Monreal 1539 - Abbé Robert de Monreal, abbot of Echternach 1506-1539.
Abbé Robert de Monreal
- Lambert Piedboeuf (Aachen 1863 - Bad Reichenhall 1950), German sculptor (Wikipedia).
Locatie (N 49°48'46" - E 6°25'13") (Satellite view: Google Maps)
Item Code: lu055; Photograph: 18 June 2011
Of each statue we made photos from various angles and also detail photos of the various texts.
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