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: Summer 01 : Hexagons in Williamsburg

By Michael Olmert

Six is the number of creation, and perfection, symbolizing divine power, majesty, wisdom, love, mercy, and justice. -George Ferguson , Signs and Symbols in Christian Art, 1954.

The mystical number six and its perfect expression, the hexagon, long have stirred men's souls, and, in such places as Colonial Williamsburg, are still capable of making us think. We may not particularly want to consider the implications of social or personal morality with which the shape is freighted, but the architectural and structural hexagons put up in the eighteenth century persist-are great brooding sentinels, bearing messages from deep antiquity.

Not that the human figures in the eighteenth-century landscape were better than we are, not at all. It is just that they were more adept at reading the iconography of religion and virtue that once suffused the secular world. Most of us have lost that knack. Still, it is instructive to try to take on some of their cultural values and instincts, to view Williamsburg as they must have.

Perhaps no example of a hexagon in Colonial Williamsburg's Historic area is more prominent than the cupola of the Capitol at the eastern extreme of Duke of Gloucester Street.

In the matter of hexagons, there are five important versions in the Historic Area. Foremost is the bagnio, or bathhouse, in the Governor's Palace kitchen yard. Then come the three lanterns atop the Capitol, the Palace, and the Wren Building. The fifth hexagon is one that is most conspicuous by its absence-the hexagonal pulpit inside Bruton Parish Church. Though the modern one there now is square, I'm as certain as I can be the original pulpit was six-sided. Most early pulpits in England are. In Virginia, every surviving eighteenth-century pulpit is hexagonal.

That One and Two and Three which ever lives, and ever reigns in Three and Two and One, uncircumscribed, and circumscribing all things. . . . - Dante Alighieri , Paradiso, 1320 .

That's the thing about the number six, it is perfectible. Consider the combinations: its sum is the product of its factors-excluding itself-one times two times three. Moreover, one-sixth of it, the number one, plus one-third of it, the number two, equal one-half of it, the number three. If you resolve the numeral into six dots and pile them up, with one on top, two dots centered under that, and the final three under that, you get a triangle:

It's the divine triangle, just as Dante imagines it: the Father, followed by the Father and the Son, and finally by the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. It's also the triangle as a universal symbol of eternity-look at a dollar bill. Plainly, there was something mysterious and wise about the number six.


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