Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for baldacchino
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Guide to Naples and Sicily (1847)
by Luigi Piale
Under the baldacchino is a large half sized figure of the Padre eterno in the midst of cherubins, beneath this figure a painting of the Madonna della lettera supported by angels and seraphins ; it is usually covered with a silver mantle scattered ...
The Law Journal Reports (1874)
The proposed baldacchino is a handsome marble structure, or canopy, with a pointed roof and three gables pointing different ways, supported by four columns standing apart from the east wall of the church, and would cover the holy table, ...
by George John Talbot
The baldacchino is a mark of honour, and as such is ordered by the Eituale Eomanum to be carried over the host to the sick.
The proposed baldacchino is a handsome marble structure or canopy, with a pointed roof, and three gables pointing different ways, supported by four columns standing apart from the east wall of the church, and would cover the Holy Table, ...
A Catholic Dictionary (1884)
Containing Some Account of the Doctrine, Discipline, Rites, Ceremonies, Councils, and Religious Orders of the Catholic Church by William Edward Addis, Thomas Arnold
The name Baldacchino is said to have come into use in the middle ages and to be derived from Baaldalt, the name by which Babylon was known durin the time of the crusades. Baaldak or abylon was celebrated for the manufacture of fine ...
by Maurice Arthur Canney
BALDACCHINO. An Italian word for a canopy. It is supposed to be derived from Baaldak, the name by which Bagdad was known at the time of the Crusades. The Baldacchino is used in the Roman Catholic Church. The canopy placed over the ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1894)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
The baldacchino which now exists in the upper church is of c. 1100, but two of the columns of a much older canopy are preserved by being used in the construction of a fine 15th- century tomb near the high altar. These have richly carved caps ...
The Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)
An International Work of Reference on the Constitution, Doctrine, Discipline, and History of the Catholic Church
The other, called a baldacchino, is of more elaborate structure and consists, in main outline, of a rectangular frame-work of rich cloth, supported by four, six, or eight staves by which it is carried. In both cases the covering consists of cloth of ...
The Dictionary of Religion (1887)
An Encyclopedia of Christian and Other Religious Doctrines, Denominations, Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Terms, History, Biography, Etc., Etc by William Benham
Chambers concise dictionary (2004)
bail baldacchino bail4 >fiona typewriter or printer, etc: a hinged bar that holds the paper against the PLATEN, bailey / 'beih/ > n [baileys) 1 the outer wall of a castle. 2 a courtyard within the wall. [13c: from French bailie enclosure] Bailey bridge ...
by Cyril M. Harris
baldachin, baldacchino, baldachino, baldaquin, ciborium An ornamental canopy over an altar, ...
by Michael Lück
Baldacchino, Godfrey, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Barber, Matthew D., Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois, USA. Bardecki, Michal, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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