Iconography of saints. Part 6. St. Nicolas. The end of the 14th - the beginning of the 15th century. From the Church of the Assu...

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Dyakonova, Tatyana Ivanovna    
Iconography of saints [IsoMaterial: electronic resource]: [album of photographs: in 11 parts] / photo by TI Dyakonova, AA Osina, VM Yarosh; sost., graphical concept and design of AA Kassirova; The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library. - Electronic graphic data. - Veliky Novgorod, March 10, May 22-23, 2012. - (Exposition of the Novgorod Museum-Reserve "Russian icon XI - XIX centuries."). -
Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library.
The title of the accompanying document.
Date: 10.03.2012, 22-23.05.2012.
Saints are especially honored church of the person for their righteous life, piety, persistent confession of faith and possessing the gift of miracles; mediators between God and people. By the nature of the Christian exploits of saints are divided into certain ranks. The album presents the iconography of prophets, apostles, saints, martyrs and saints. Prophets called the saints of the Old Testament, who predicted the appearance of the Savior, the Messiah. The apostles are the chosen disciples of Christ. The saints or the fathers of the church are called holy hierarchs; Metropolitans, patriarchs and bishops. The martyrs are martyrs who have martyred for their faith in Christ. The Monks are saints related to the monastic order. The exposition "The Russian Icon of the XI - XIX centuries", where the exhibits presented in the albums are located, was opened on May 18, 2004 and is valid till the present time. - The materials of the sites were used: "Novgorod State United Museum-Reserve" (URL: http://novgorodmuseum.ru/chto-posmotret/67-ekspozitsiya-russkaya-ikona-x...; "Russian Pilgrim" (URL: http://idrp.ru/svyatie-lib716/); "Academician" (URL: http://dic.academic.ru/dic.nsf/enc3p/266226) .
I. Osin, Andrei Alekseevich. II. Yarosh, Vladimir Mikhailovich. III. Kassirova, Anastasia Alexeevna (1991-). IV. Presidential Library. B. N. Yeltsin (St. Petersburg). V. "The Russian icon of the XI - XIX centuries", exposition (Veliky Novgorod, 2004 -). Novgorod State United Museum-Reserve. Exposition "Russian icon of the XI - XIX centuries" - Photographs. 2. Territory (collection). 3. Novgorod Museum-Reserve in the photographs (collection). 4. Territory of Russia: Novgorod Region (collection). 5. Novgorod region: pages of history (collection). 6. Icons of orthodox - Photos. 7. Documentary photographs.
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Part 6: St. Nicolas. The end of the 14th - the beginning of the 15th century. From the Church of the Assumption of the village of Kuritsko: [photo album]. - Electronic graphic data (3 files: 10.9 MB). - Veliky Novgorod, May 22, 2012. -
Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library.
The title of the accompanying document.
Date: 22/05/2012.

The sixth part of the album includes: a cover-screen saver, 2 photos of the icon "Saint Nicolas". The photographs show a general view of the icon and a fragment of the saint's face.
St. Nicholas - the saint, Archbishop Mirlikysky, who lived in the 3-4 c. in Lycia and revered in Christianity, as Nicholas the Wonderworker. On the icon presented in the album, St. Nicholas is depicted to the waist, front, with his right hand he blesses, in the left - holds the open Gospel, in which the text of the service is placed to the saint. - The materials of the site are used: "Chronos" (URL: http://www.hrono.ru/biograf/bio_n/nikolai_chudo.php) .
1. Nicholas (Archbishop of Myra, 260 - 343) - Photographs. 2. Novgorod State United Museum-Reserve. Exposition "Russian icon of the XI - XIX centuries" - Photographs. 3. "Vitoslavlitsy", a museum of wooden architecture (Novgorod, city) - Photographs. 4. Territory (collection). 5. Novgorod Museum-Reserve in the photographs (collection). 6. Territory of Russia: Novgorod Region (collection). 7. Novgorod region: pages of history (collection). 8. Icons of orthodox - Photos. 9. Documentary photographs.
BBC 63.3 (2Ros-4Nov) 64-7y611
BBK 86.372.24-575.1y611
Source of electronic copy: ПБ
Location of original retention: ПБ
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