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WHAT DOES SUDARIUM MEAN IN ENGLISH?
A sudarium was a "sweat cloth", used for wiping the face clean. Small cloths of various sorts, for which sudarium is a general term, played a role in Ancient Roman formal manners and court ceremonial, and many such uses transferred to Christian liturgical usage and art. Different Greek terms are used in the Eastern Orthodox churches, but in the Roman Catholic and other Western churches, the term sudarium has been used for several textile objects: ▪ The maniple, a cloth of fine quality to wipe away perspiration, or an ornamental handkerchief which was seldom put into actual use, but was generally carried in the hand as an ornament as was commonly done by people of rank in ordinary life, now formalized as a vestment. ▪ The predecessor of the humeral veil ▪ The predecessor of the vimpa, a veil or shawl worn over the shoulders of servers who carry the mitre and crosier in liturgical functions when they are not being used by the bishop ▪ The cloth suspended from the crozier at the place where the bishop would grasp it, still depicted in ecclesiastical heraldry and used by Cistercian abbots.
The translations of sudarium from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «sudarium» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «SUDARIUM» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about sudarium
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUDARIUM»
Discover the use of sudarium in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to sudarium and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Sacred Blood, Sacred Image: The Sudarium of Oviedo : New ...
Sudarium of Oviedo is a linen whose taffeta weave and dimensions are
compatible with what can be understood by sudarium its the context of the New
Testament. It measures approximately 34 by 21 inches (526 x 855 mm), almost
exactly 1 ...
Janice Bennett, 2005
C. DeSalvo. The finger marks of two hands, that part of the time held the
Sudarium to Jesus' face, are visible on the Sudarium. The marks suggest the
cloth was used for only a few hours, and then was removed before the body was
C. DeSalvo, 2004
Sudarium of Oviedo
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Sudarium of Oviedo, or Shroud of Oviedo, is a bloodstained cloth, measuring c. 84 x 53 cm, kept in the C mara Santa of the Cathedral of San Salvador, Oviedo, Spain.
Jesse Russell, Ronald Cohn, 2012
Vestiarium Christianum: the origin and gradual development ...
Of the Sudarium or Maniple. Sudario solemus tergere pituitam oculorum et
narium atque super- fluam salivam decurrentem per labia. Ac ideo sudarium
fignificat isto in loco studium mundandæ cogitationis, quo naturales et velut
Wharton Booth Marriott, 1868
Painted Prints: The Revelation of Color in Northern ...
Saint. Veronica. with. the. Sudarium,. c. 1505. Hans. Burgkmair. ABriefmaler
painted multiple impressions of this woodcut by Hans Burgkmair, using stencils to
apply the three different colors. The stencils were crudely cut and the paints
Susan Dackerman, 2002
Studies in Medieval Jewish Intellectual and Social History: ...
with some certainty from the mid-twelfth century onward.87 at first, however, the
existence of the veronica was recorded not as an image but as a textile, a
sudarium.88 The earliest Western appreciations of the sudarium convey a
sensitivity to ...
Elliot R. Wolfson, Lawrence H. Schiffman, David Engel, 2012
Façade as Spectacle: Ritual and Ideology at Wells Cathedral
Ten hold a sudarium, twelve or thirteen wear albs, and seven or eight wear a
tunic. Three of those wearing a tunic have mantles. There is no clear pattern to
the distribution of these vestments across the façade. The trumpeting angels at
the top ...
Carolyn Marino Malone, 2004
The Sudarium of Oviedo has that name because it is kept in Oviedo, Spain. It is
believed to be the face cloth of Jesus mentioned above as the napkin folded and
placed to one side. Among Jews two thousand years ago, when the face of the ...
James W. Dees, 2008
Relics of the Christ
Those who hope to tie the questionable Oviedo sudarium to the Turin shroud—
and vice versa, in the pursuit of mutual authentication —face a problem: the
sudarium lacks an image like that on the shroud. Had such a cloth indeed
covered the ...
Joe Nickell, 2007
The Mystery Chronicles: More Real-Life X-Files
... technologyto testa pieceofshroud cloth, and the resultingagespan wasfoundto
be circa c.e. 12601390. In response, advocates hope to tie the shroud to the
Oviedo Cloth because, allegedly, “the history of the sudarium is undisputed” ...
Joe Nickell, 2010
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SUDARIUM»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term sudarium is used in the context of the following news items.
The Origin Of Immersive Design? This Getty Exhibit Reveals The …
Saint Veronica Displaying the Sudarium, about 1450 – 1455. Tempera colors, gold leaf, and ink on parchment. 19.4 x 14 cm. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los ... «Forbes, Jul 15»
Turin and Manoppello: "Resurrexit sicut dixit"
Despite the admonition of Clement VII, and despite the fact that in Rome, in 1206, a much smaller and delicate sudarium was publicly venerated, still the burial ... «Catholic World Report, Jul 15»
Christus ist auferstanden. Gott sei Dank und Halleluja!
und trotz des Umstands, dass in Rom schon seit dem Jahr 1206 ein viel kleineres und zarteres „Sudarium“ öffentlich verehrt wurde – wurde das Grabtuch ... «Kath.Net, May 15»
Marks on Sudarium of Ovieto match those on Shroud of Turin …
At a conference dedicated to scientific study of the Shroud of Turin, a researcher said that the markings on the Shroud are fully compatible with those on the ... «Catholic Culture, May 15»
The “Other” Shroud of Christ
Enter history and the "other cloth" of St. John's Gospel. The Sudarium of Oviedo is by most accounts the best validation of the Shroud of Turin as the true burial ... «Catholic World Report, Apr 15»
The CNN Shroud of Turin
So, we see the Greek SINDON of the synoptics, but we're shown later John's SUDARIUM, despite the fact that John's author wrote that Jesus was tied up in ... «The Bible and Interpretation, Mar 15»
I Didn't Know Jesus Was Lost
At this point, the documentary makes an interesting connection between the Sudarium of Oviedo in Spain -- a head covering with less obvious features of ... «Huffington Post, Mar 15»
'Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, and Forgery' CNN 6-part series begins …
I was able to preview the first episode on The Shroud of Turin and the Sudarium (it is the final chapter in the book.) While the Shroud is well known, the ... «Patheos, Feb 15»
Cutting the Cord: An Observation from The Way of Saint James, Part 2
The cathedral's Cámara Santa houses the sudarium, a bloodstained cloth claimed to have swathed Jesus's head in death. Thus, pilgrims on the Primitivo like to ... «Patheos, Feb 15»
Aha! Praha– The Prague Report Part Five
Notice the stained glass window with the picture of the sudarium cloth, the cloth with the image of the bloody head of Jesus thought to be the facial cloth found in ... «Patheos, Nov 14»
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