sacristy for sacred vessels in Orthodox churches

Phrontistery dictionary. 2013.

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  • DIACONICON — Locus in circuitu Ecclesiae, conservandis vasis dominicis et ornamentis Ecclesiae deputatus. Alias Secretarium, item Sacrarium. Consil. Laodicen. circa A. C. 368. Can. 21. vide Spelman. Glossar. Archoeol. Item liber Ecclesiasticus apud Graecos,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Diaconicon — The triple apse of an Orthodox church. The Altar is in the larger central apse, the Prothesis in the apse to the right, and the Diaconicon in the one to the left. The Diaconicon (Greek: Διακονικόν, diakonikon; Slavonic: diakonik) is, in the… …   Wikipedia

  • diaconicon — /duy euh kon i kon , keuhn/, n., pl. diaconica / keuh/. a sacristy in an Eastern or early Christian church, usually on the south side of the bema. [1720 30; < LGk diakonikón ( > LL diaconicum), neut. of diakonikós of a DEACON; see IC] * * * …   Universalium

  • diaconicon — di·a·con·i·con …   English syllables

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  • Prothesis (altar) — The Prothesis is the place in the sanctuary [Traditionally, in Orthodox churches, the entire sanctuary is referred to as the Altar , the altar table itself being called the Holy Table or the Throne . This traditional terminology will be used… …   Wikipedia

  • Piscina — A piscina or sacrarium is a shallow basin placed near the altar of a church, used for washing the communion vessels. They are often made of stone and fitted with a drain, and are in some cases used to dispose of materials used in the sacraments.… …   Wikipedia

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