Sun Braid

Gibeon HaHadasha.1998

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“Around ‘the pool that was at Gibeon’ are grouped three deer having come to quench their thirst in symbolic order, dramatic and touching, whose biblical “stations” are: “Sun, stand still upon Gibeon”(Joshua 10:12) – a female laying on a boulder pregnant with the sunrise. “The deer, O Israel, is slain upon thy high places”(Samuel II, 1:19) – a young buck descending, expressing impending danger and thirst for the waters of life. “My beloved is like a ...young hart” (Song of Songs, 2:9) – an stout male, tense, on guard, alert".
Albert Swissa

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