An eagle lectern is a lectern in the shape of an eagle on whose outstretched
wings the Bible rests. They are most common in Anglican churches and
THE FLYING eagle is the symbol of John the Evangelist (see Revelation, ch 4, v
7) who proclaimed Christ as 'the Word of God' at the beginning of his Gospel.
Lecterns hold the Bible in place as the church leader reads various passages
from it. Lecterns in the shape of an eagle hold special value within churches.
This lectern, cast in brass in the shape of an eagle, was designed by Cathedral
architect William Wardell. Its size and beauty highlights the dignity of the Liturgy ...
Mar 15, 2011 ... An eagle lectern is a lectern in the shape of an eagle. They are very common in
Christian churches and cathedrals. The eagle is the symbol ...
Pictures illustrating the definition of 'Lectern' in the Illustrated Dictionary of British
... or wood, but were often made of brass, commonly shaped like an eagle.
Dec 15, 2014 ... Often a church's lectern is shaped like a winged eagle to highlight these ...
Ancient artists depicted a soaring eagle carrying the soul to heaven.
Feb 14, 2016 ... The model I'm working on right now is a lectern in the shape of an eagle. Today I
finished the first pass on the eagle's shape and a couple of ...
The lectern (also imported from Germany), is made of bronze and brass and
shaped to look like an eagle. The eagle is the Christian symbol for St. John the ...
This one is shaped like an eagle. Lecterns hold the Bible. They are often in the
shape of an eagle. They might be made of wood or metal. This lectern at St ...