Photographer's Note

This is the statue of Archangel St. Michael above the main entrance of Toronto's St. Micheal's Cathedral. He is depicted with a sword (denoting his defeat over Satan and evil), and a scale (depicting his role in the last judgment). He is honoured in Christian traditions and also by Jews and Moslems.

The whole west facade is shown in the workshop. Another Workshop picture shows close-ups of the four sculpture below St. Michael. On the third Workshop picture close-ups of the two portrait sculptures beside the main door is shown. On the left is a portrait of St. King Edwin, the first Christian Anglo -Saxon king of Northumbria, he ruled from 616 to 633. On the right is the portrait is of Bishop Paulinus of York, he converted King Edwin to Chritianity.

1. The West facade

2. Four statues below St. Michael.

3. Two portrait beside the main door.

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Additional Photos by Barnabas Bozoki (bbarna) Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 49 W: 5 N: 519] (1447)
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