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#318598 04/11/09 06:58 PM
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Well, the cowl really isn't new, but the decoration is:

http://www.pravoslavie.ru/news/30017.htm

What is the significance of replacing the seraphim with the deesis?

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Originally Posted by asianpilgrim
What is the significance of replacing the seraphim with the deesis?

Individualism, possibly personal taste or a good deal at the cowl makers. wink

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Oh interesting, I've never seen anything like it myself.

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Wow...I like it!

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Originally Posted by asianpilgrim
Well, the cowl really isn't new, but the decoration is:

http://www.pravoslavie.ru/news/30017.htm

What is the significance of replacing the seraphim with the deesis?

I asked around and it was a present to him from his old diocese. I suppose they wanted to create something special.


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