Baltic Exchange Memorial Glass at National Maritime Museum

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Baltic Exchange Memorial Glass, windows that represent are the virtues of hope, fortitude, justice, truth and faith. The Romans established a long list of virtues as qualities to which all human beings should aspire. The early Christian Church adopted some of these as principal codes of conduct, which could eventually be attained through the Christian faith. The virtues are common themes in medieval and renaissance art where they are traditionally depicted as women.

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