King Solomon Stained Glass Window - SMC101

Located in the south aisle of St Magnus Cathedral is a stained glass window of King Solomon. Solomon is shown in rich clothing, carrying a T-square and a scroll, or plan. There is temple architecture in the background.

King Solomon was the son of King David. He ruled the Kingdom of Israel during the tenth century BC.

This window was created by Oscar Patterson and is one of many installed in St Magnus Cathedral by his company during the 1920s.

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