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The high point of Michelangelo's early style is the gigantic (4.34 m/ 14.24 ft) marble David (Accademia, Florence), which he produced between 1501 and 1504, after returning to Florence. The character of David and what he symbolizes, was perfectly in tune with Michelangelo's patriotic feelings. At the time, Florence was going through a difficult period, and its citizens had to be alert and mobilized to confront permanent threats. He used David as a model of heroic courage, in the hope that the Florentines would understand his message. This young Biblical hero demonstrated that inner spiritual strength can prove to be more effective than arms. His faith in God ("The Lord is my strength and my shield.") enabled this young shepherd to overcome Israel's enemies, using a mere sling, which is the only element in the composition enabling us to identify the figure of David.
由於只能貼2000字,所以我擷取了片段,如果要完整的文章可以點選參考資料的網址,進去後按一個有大衛像的頭像圖片,旁邊寫著"Early life"的超連結,最下面就是關於大衛像的介紹了^_^你可以用我貼上去的文章開頭來確定有沒有找對喔~希望能幫到你的忙: )