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orant

(ˈɔːrənt)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) Christianity an image or artistic representation of a worshipper praying with outstretched arms
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a petitionary prayer in which a praying person, or orant, asks God to
32) While Os was primarily concerned with paintings of St Francis as an orant, he argued that narrative scenes of the saint were also illustrative of the theme of Francis as a second Christ.
97) Stevenson studied some of the most used scenes in these monuments which were the representations of the Old Testament, pictures of the Fall, patriarch Noah, Abraham's sacrifice of Isaac, the book of Jona, Job, Daniel and the lions, Moses, as well as pictures of orant (catacomb of Thrason), pictures of apostles and the Lord himself (catacomb of Peter and Marcellus).
Another traces the figure of the Christian orant in patristic writings from Origen to Evagrius.
61) Attendite a falsis, 3: <<Debet homo in orando conformis esse aliis, non novos modos quaerere, sicut hypocritae qui publice orant propter inanem gloriam, et item orant publice propter lucrum>>.
sed nihil aeque flexit quam invidia in Treviros: orant obsistunt, rediret maneret, pars Agrippinae occursantes, plurimi ad Germani-cum regressi.
bar]h," OrAnt 8 (1969): 188; Postgate, "Business and Government at Middle Assyrian Rimah.
On the left, Susanna is seen again, this time with another person, and both are in orant stance.
Also in this section, and contrasting dramatically to images of the modestly draped orant Virgin or Virgin and Child, is the medallion that depicts St.
Image: The Virgin of the Great Panagia, called the Virgin Orant of Yaroslavl.
Por principio, hay que esperar que, en formaciones sociales diferentes, las tareas del pensamiento, tanto como su reparticion, sean igualmente diferentes, el espectro de las funciones da un lugar variable a aquellos que cogitant, laborant, orant, etc.