TRANSFIGURATION 01

  • Anyone
  • Haarlem
  • NL
  • 2003
  • i.c.w. Jelle Post
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trans·fig·u·ra·tion
noun

a complete change of form or appearance into a more beautiful or spiritual state : in this light the junk undergoes a transfiguration; it shines.
· ( the Transfiguration) Christ’s appearance in radiant glory to three of his disciples (Matthew 17:2, Mark 9:2-3, Luke 9:28-36).

ORIGIN late Middle English (with biblical reference): from Old French, or from Latin transfiguratio(n-), from the verb transfigurare (see transfigure).

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