Baptismal font - Wesertal-Lippoldsberg, HE, D
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member André de Montbard
N 51° 37.509 E 009° 33.468
32U E 538612 N 5719495
Quick Description: The baptismal font of the Lippoldsberg monastery church in Lippoldsberg, a district of the municipality of Wesertal in the North Hessian district of Kassel, was created around 1220.
Location: Hessen, Germany
Date Posted: 7/27/2022 4:03:44 AM
Waymark Code: WM16GA8
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member GeoRams
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Long Description:
The baptismal font is divided into six fields by columnar turrets. The following representations (one is unrecognizable) can be seen:

- Deluge and Massacre of the Innocents in Bethlehem, represented by King Herod
- Baptism of Jesus
- Jesus with a halo turns to a Jew, who can be recognized by the medieval pointed hat.
- Ascension of Christ

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Approximate Age of Artefact: 1220

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