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Moses (not in biblical context); possible attributes: rays of light or horns on his head, rod, Tables of the Law
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  The Risen Christ with Moses The Risen Christ with Moses
about 1858
Church of St Rhuddlad, Llanrhuddlad, Anglesey
west wall of the nave
  St John the Evangelist with Moses and St Paul St John the Evangelist with Moses and St Paul
1864
Church of St John the Baptist, Cardiff
  Moses and King David    from    Figures from the Old and New Testaments Moses and King David
from Figures from the Old and New Testaments

firm/studio: Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd
designer: E. Liddall Armitage
about 1958-1959
Church of St Mary, Swansea
chancel
  Moses and Noah Moses and Noah
firm/studio: C.E. Kempe
1906
Church of St Mary & St Nicholas, Beaumaris, Anglesey
south wall of south aisle
Noah and Moses
firm/studio: C.E. Kempe & Co Ltd
1902
Church of St Tegfan, Llandegfan, Anglesey
north wall of the nave
  Christ in Majesty with Scenes and Figures from the Old and New Testaments Christ in Majesty with Scenes and Figures from the Old and New Testaments
artist: Karl Parsons
1927
Church of All Saints, Porthcawl, Bridgend
east wall of the sanctuary
  Four Old Testament Characters Four Old Testament Characters
about 1880
Tredegarville Baptist Church, Cardiff
side wall, front of the church
  Christ with the Four Evangelists and Prophets Christ with the Four Evangelists and Prophets
firm/studio: Done & Davies
about 1867
Church of St Collen, Llangollen, Denbighshire
east wall
  Christ the King with Moses and Aaron Christ the King with Moses and Aaron
firm/studio: Michael and Arthur O'Connor
1860
Church of St Cyngar, Hope, Flintshire
south wall of the south aisle
  Crossing the Red Sea Crossing the Red Sea
firm/studio: William Morris & Co (Westminster)
designer: Frederick W. Cole
1956
St David's Cathedral, St Davids, Pembrokeshire
west wall




 
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