The Legal Icons and Symbolism Collection
This collection draws on an extensive exploration of the visual history and symbolism of the law from its earliest times. It distills a plethora of fascinating images found throughout different cultures and periods of history and references the underlying values that sustain our legal systems.
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The reflection of divine presence in the human mind. Even when there is no law, there is conscience.
Fight without quarter, pursuit without rest,
justice without qualification.
David & Goliath
A story which reshapes the balance between the weak and the mighty, the powerful and the dispossessed.
Honoring the first reproduction of the Declaration of Independence, printed on the night of July 4, 1776, by John Dunlap of Philadelphia.
With her traditional sword and scales in hand, Justice, like the bright sun, shall break majestic forth.
Love of the Law
A young Rabbi with the Torah reflects on the origins of peace and justice.
The Egyptian goddess personifying truth and justice, equity and ethics. Great is Ma'at, the mighty and unalterable!
Daughter of the night and ancient Greek Goddess of due proportion, Nemesis even-handedly restores the equilibrium of justice.
The olive branch of peace, the book of law. Nurturing peace for the future of our young.
She insists upon the letter of the law, as we reflect upon the quality of mercy. Earthly power doth then show likest God's, when mercy seasons justice.
She reigns in Olympus as Divine Justice and Chief Assessor of all humanity. SOTEIRA the Saving Goddess
..render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.
Truth Be Told
The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is.
The personification of truth, daughter of Saturn, and mother of Virtue.