Processional Cross

Processional Cross
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Painting, Tempera on panel, 86x70.5 cm., handle lenght 101 cm
Origin: Russia, Second half of 19th century
Source of entry: 1980

See also

A crucifix which is carried at the head of a procession, and which is usually mounted upon a long staff or handle.
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