heofon-setl, n.n: throne of heaven. (HEH-ov-on-SEH-tul / ˈhɛɔ-vɔn-ˌsɛ-təl)

Medieval manuscript image of God sitting on a bench with an orb and cross in his lap; he sits within a mandorla, which is surrounded by the symbols of the four evangelists: Matthew the winged man, John the eagle, Mark the winged lion, and Luke the winged ox.
Collection of moral tracts; France, c. 1290-1300; British Library, Yates Thompson MS 11, f. 1v. [bl.uk]

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