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Eucharistic Communion Dove

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Eucharistic Dove | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: ca. 1215–35. Geography: Made in Limoges, France. Culture: French. Medium: Copper: formed, engraved, chiseled, scraped, stippled, and gilt; champlev�...

Eucharistic dove Limoges,gilded copper with champleve cent. Medieval Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Legend Symbol, Roman Jewelry, Sacred Art, Enamel Jewelry, Middle Ages, Art And Architecture, Pottery Art

Eucharistic dove

Eucharistic dove, Limoges, gilded copper with champlevé enamel, 13th century Colombe eucharistique, Limoges, XIIIe siècle, émail champlevé sur cuivre doré

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Eucharistic Dove | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: ca. 1215–35. Geography: Made in Limoges, France. Culture: French. Medium: Copper: formed, engraved, chiseled, scraped, stippled, and gilt; champlev�...

Eucharistic Dove Date: ca. Geography: Made in Limoges, France Culture: French Medium: Copper Limousin, Pigeon, Where Is Jesus, Drake, Art Essay, Medieval Art, Medieval Crafts, Medieval Jewelry, Medieval Times

Eucharistic Dove | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: ca. 1215–35. Geography: Made in Limoges, France. Culture: French. Medium: Copper: formed, engraved, chiseled, scraped, stippled, and gilt; champlev�...

Eucharistic Dove French (Limoges), Medieval, first half of the century Made at: Limoges, France Limoges, France Champlevé enamel and gilding on copper Medieval Life, Eucharist, Museum Of Fine Arts, Made Of Wood, Pigeon, Wood Carving, Woodwork, Catholic, Sculptures

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Eucharistic Dove French (Limoges), Medieval, first half of the 13th century Made at: Limoges, France Limoges, France Champlevé enamel and gilding on copper

Eucharistic Dove ca. Medieval World, Medieval Art, Eucharist, Grand Palais, Art Icon, Stippling, Sacred Art, Ancient Rome, Metropolitan Museum

Eucharistic Dove | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: ca. 1215–35. Geography: Made in Limoges, France. Culture: French. Medium: Copper: formed, engraved, chiseled, scraped, stippled, and gilt; champlev�...

Dove of the Eucharist,first quarter 13th;copper, cell-enameling in blue,red and green. H:23,5 cm. The dove,early symbol of the Holy Ghost,contained the host.   Cathedral and Museum,Salzburg,Austria Salzburg Austria, Call Art, Historical Artifacts, Eucharist, Holy Ghost, Art Of Living, Ancient Civilizations, Antiquities, Pigeon

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Eucharistic Dove, France (Limoges), Ca. 1210-30, Enamel on copper. The Walters Art Museum.

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The Feeder Feed finds me again at the Metropolitan Museum... the air-conditioned Metropolitan.Eucharistic Dove in gilded copper with enamel and glass beads from Limoges from 1215-35.This would have hung over the altar. There is a tear shaped door on the back where there is a cavity where the Euchar

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The Feeder Feed: sacred arts edition

The Feeder Feed finds me again at the Metropolitan Museum... the air-conditioned Metropolitan.Eucharistic Dove in gilded copper with enamel and glass beads from Limoges from 1215-35.This would have hung over the altar. There is a tear shaped door on the back where there is a cavity where the Euchar

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The Feeder Feed: sacred arts edition

The Feeder Feed finds me again at the Metropolitan Museum... the air-conditioned Metropolitan.Eucharistic Dove in gilded copper with enamel and glass beads from Limoges from 1215-35.This would have hung over the altar. There is a tear shaped door on the back where there is a cavity where the Euchar

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Eucharistic Doves

It is clear that from the fourth century on the Eucharist was often reserved in a gold or silver dove, sometimes suspended above the altar. The earliest extant evidence of this practice is found in the writings of Tertullian (155–230 AD). I've collected a few pictures of Eucharistic doves for the pleasure of those who may be interested or edified by this ancient ancestor of the modern tabernacle.

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One entrance ticket – five Salzburg museums The architectural complex we know today as the DomQuartier comprises the Cathedral and the Residenz – once the center of the prince-archbishops’ power – along with Benedictine St. Peter’s Abbey. With a single entrance ticket, visitors have the opportunity to marvel at five different Salzburg museums. The historical rooms of the DomQuartier also house various collections focused especially on the Baroque history of the city. A walking tour of the…

French Champleve' copper and enamel eucharistic dove , circa 1200 Sotheby's Legend Symbol, Everson Museum, Four Arms, Copper Interior, Medieval Art, Objet D'art, Ancient Artifacts, Religious Art, Gothic Art

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Eucharistic dove | Wisdom Dogs: Eucharistic Doves Eucharist, Altar, Jewelery, Table Lamp, Silver, Gold, Pigeon, Communion, Washington

Eucharistic Doves

It is clear that from the fourth century on the Eucharist was often reserved in a gold or silver dove, sometimes suspended above the altar. The earliest extant evidence of this practice is found in the writings of Tertullian (155–230 AD). I've collected a few pictures of Eucharistic doves for the pleasure of those who may be interested or edified by this ancient ancestor of the modern tabernacle.