Iconostasis. Part 3. Deesis Tale. Our Lady. Savior Almighty. XVI in

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Dyakonova, Tatyana Ivanovna    
Iconostasis [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [album of photographs: in 8 parts] / photo TI Dyakonova, AA Osina, V M Yarosh; sost, graphic concept and design AA Kassirova; Presidential Library of the name of Boris Yeltsin - Electronic graphic data - Veliky Novgorod, May 22-23, 2012 - (Exposition of the Novgorod Museum-Reserve "Russian icon of the XI - XIX centuries") -
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The title from the accompanying document
Date: 22-23052012
Iconostasis is an altar partition consisting of one or several rows of arranged icons, separating the altar part of the Orthodox church, symbolizing Paradise, from the middle part of the temple, symbolizing the world The high iconostasis has five rows (ranks) of icons and three gates leading to the altar. The lower row (rank) is called the local Main Gate, located in the bottom row opposite the Throne are called the Royal Ones and to the right are the southern and northern deacon's gates. Next behind the Local , followed by the Deesis, the Festive, the Prophetic and the Patriarchal orders. The iconostasis ends with a cross or the icon of the Crucifixion. Sometimes on the sides of the cross are placed the icons of the forthcoming: Our Lady, John the Theologian, Myrrh-Bearers, dry and festive rites of the temple iconostasis of Novgorod and its environs. 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 still valid. - Materials of the sites: "Novgorod State United Museum- reserve "(URL: http: // novgorodmuseumru / chto-posmotret / 67-ekspozitsiya-russkaya-ikona-xi-xix-vekovhtml); "Journey to the Holy Places" (URL: http: // wwwvidaniaru / statyi / ikonostashtml)
I Osin, Andrei Alekseevich II Yarosh, Vladimir Mikhailovich III Kassirova, Anastasia Alexeevna (1991-) IV Presidential Library named after BN Yeltsin (St. Petersburg) V "Russian icon of the XI-XIX centuries", exposition (Veliky Novgorod, 2004-) 1 Novgorod State United Museum-Reserve Exposition "Russian icon of the XI - XIX centuries" - Photographs 2 Territory (collection) 3 Novgorod Museum-Reserve in photos (collection) 4 Territory of Russia: Novgorod Region (collection) 5 Novgorod Region: pages of history (collection ) 6 Orthodox iconostasis - Fo 7 Documentary Photos
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Ch 3: The Deesis Triumphant Our Lady of Savior Almighty XVI in: [photo album] - Electronic graphic data (4 files: 29.6 MB) - Veliky Novgorod, May 23, 2012 -
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The third part of the album includes: a cover-saver, 3 photos of the icons "Our Lady" and "Savior Almighty" from the Deesis Tier. The photos show a view of the icon , each icon individually
Deesis tier is the second row, being the main one, since it starts In the center of the series there is always the image of the "Savior of the Almighty", to the left of it - the icon of the Mother of God, to the right - John the Baptist, then the icons of other saints. These three icons are called "Deesis", translated from Greek as "prayer" Deisus represented in the album, the figure of the Savior of the Almighty is located frontally, the figure of the Mother of God is located in the turn of three quarters, that to all the saints present on the icons of the Deesis tier, portray Jesus Christ praying - Materials of the sites used: "L The liturgy "(URL: http: // wwwliturgyru / article_chram_iconostas); "Academician" (URL: http: // dicacademicru / dicnsf / enc_pictures)
1 Novgorod State United Museum-Reserve Exposition "Russian Icon of the XI - XIX centuries" - Photographs 2 Territory (collection) 3 Novgorod Museum-Reserve in photos (collection) 4 Territory of Russia: Novgorod Region (collection) 5 Novgorod Region: Pages of History collection) 6 Orthodox iconostasis - Photos 7 Documentary photos
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