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.
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 ...
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Christian churches are most often built in a cruciform shape (cross-shaped), ..... In
many Anglican churches the LECTERN is in the form of an eagle with wings.
It is in the shape of an imposing full-size figure of an eagle, grasping a book ...
Lectern for the Reading of the Gospels with the Eagle of Saint John the
May 20, 2013 ... A lectern not shaped like an eagle hardly deserves the name lectern at all. ...
Eagle lecterns definitely, your choice of either wood or metal.
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 ...
The lecterns in the shape of an eagle on whose outstretched wings a bible rests
are most common in Anglican churches and cathedrals. The eagle, which was ...
This cast bronze lectern in the form of an eagle was used to support liturgical
books. ... windows and buttress piers and is supported by feet in the shape of
A brass eagle in this position ... lectern. Whether there were ever many brass
lecterns in Scotland ..... in the shape of an eagle was placed in S. Andrew's