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anastasis

An obsolete term for restoration to health.
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The common Eastern icon of the anastasis shows Christ breaching the gates of hell, generally with two long, broken gates lying in the shape of a cross and a personified Hades or Satan lying conquered under his feet.
No resulta sencillo datar con precision las primeras representaciones de la Anastasis, dado que no existia ningun arquetipo pictorico de la representacion de la persona de Cristo en estado resucitado.
The Greek island Santorini has long been loved by photographers and the Anastasis is a perfect romantic setting from which to take in the dramatic views overlooking the ocean.
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That's how fans worldwide of Dead Can Dance must be describing the release of DCD's first album in 16 years, Anastasis. Indeed, "anastasis" is the Greek word for "resurrection," an appropriate album title for the duo--Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry--who have reunited after going separate ways in 1996.
This is a distinctive dark synth offering that bodes well for the upcoming album Anastasis.
Anastasis Chrisopoulos, a 31-year-old Athens taxi driver, saw no reason to cheer the deal.
The curator at the Waiters Art Museum, Martina Bagnoli, notes in her catalogue essay that such an elaborate presentation carried little if any taint of idolatry in the context of the period: 'For medieval Christians, unable to see the Divine with their eyes, the precious materials of reliquaries activated the mind's eye by presenting an image of the sacred rather than an image of the saint.' This observation holds true for early white marble sarcophagi--such as the Tree Sarcophagus with the Anastasis (c.
The prophetic corpus is represented especially through the study dedicated to the fragments related to the anastasis, Isaiah 9; 11; Ezekiel 37; Daniel 7, which begin with the noting of several possible types of reading the biblical text (informative reading, historical-philological-critical reading, theological reading and mystical reading).
The meeting was attended by Foreign Minister Demetris Droutsas and Greece's Permanent Representative to the UN Anastasis Mitsialis.
Nordheim of Amesbury; a brother, George Pappas of Auburn; seven grandchildren, William, Jason, Theresa, Socrates, Anastasis, Anthony and Christos; a great-granddaughter, Julia; several nephews and nieces; and his two precious cats, Koukla and Baby.
He notes that the more famous elements thereof, such as Umar's refusal to pray in the Anastasis, appear only with Eutychius (Said b.