Deesis

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De`e´sis

    (dė`ē´sĭs)
n.1.(Rhet.) An invocation of, or address to, the Supreme Being.
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The most expensive lot offered in the sale is a Northern Greek Deisis, circa 1600 that features Christ seated on a throne with red and blue cushions, being worshipped by His Mother and John the Forerunner.
This notion is visually displayed in the icon of Deisis, with Christ flanked on either side by John and the Virgin.
Jan van Eyck gives rise to a new classicism of sorts to which Gossaert refers in the Prado Deisis and the portrait of Jean Carondelet, which is paired with the bust-length view of St.
Editura Deisis, Sibiu, 1994; Joseph Comblin, Anthropologie chretienne, traduit de l'espagnol par Raymond Paratte, Cerf, Paris, 1991.
Deisis, Sibiu, 2002), which, in more than six hundred pages brings together an important number of texts pertinent to social thought from both the Western and the Eastern Christian tradition, Ioan Ica jr.
Fundamentele bioeticii crestine: perspective ortodoxe, (Sibiu: Deisis, 2005), 345.
When writing a text about the Deisis icon, Anania is interested in how the Final Judgement is presented in its "spiritual dynamics" (48).
O fenomenologie teologica (Sibiu: Deisis Publishing House, 2005), 146.
Gandirea sociala Bisericii [The Social Thought of the Church] (Sibiu: Deisis, 2002).
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