Vestments (liturgical garments) (12 Subjects)
Vestments (liturgical garments) worn by metropolitan bishops, Patriarchs, priests and deacons.
The Patriarch of Istanbul and a deacon during the service of the Divine Liturgy.
Portrait of the Archbishop of Moscow in vestments of the Resurrection ceremony.
34. Fish of Egypt. 35. Orthodox priest wearing Easter vestments. 36. Decoration of the staff of an Orthodox priest. 31. The Church of the Virgin of the Apparition on Mount Horeb. 32. Water pump at water mill near Mount Sinai. 33 Azyme (unfermented) bread.
View of quarries in Syracuse. At the time of the author's visit, the quarry was within the garden of the Capuchin monastery.
Priest of the Greek church reading the gospel at the altar.
Otto and Amalia of Greece at the mass of Athens Cathedral, 1854.
George I of Greece attends the liturgy at the Greek church of Chirst Saviour in London, 1863.
The Archibishop of Athens receiving King George I of Greece in front of the cathedral of Athens, 1863.
The National Guard at Athens taking the oath of allegiance to George I, 1863.
Procession of Saint Spyridon at Corfu (August 1839). On the left, the Spianada with the statue of Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg, leading figure during the siege of Corfu by the Ottomans.