I’ve been trying to find some references or background on why the Shirat HaYam is visually structured the way it is…in a 3 column format that looks almost interlinked. Would love some input about the visual structure and some references for further reading. Even allegorical or mystical interpretations could help.
Shirat HaYam…why does it look like that?
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