In front of this is placed the Gospel book, which usually has a decorated metal cover.
In the first millennium, these were most likely to be Gospel Books.
These are usually read from the Gospel Book which has been placed in the coffin.
She is represented as holy woman by monastic habit and Gospel book.
Gospel books also contain examples of this form of the Christian cross.
An indication of the latter thesis, however, is the Gospel Book.
Also kept on the altar is the Gospel Book.
A prize exhibit is a Gospel book, whose binding is even older (10th century).
The throne itself is large with a high semi-circular back and may have held a jewelled cross or Gospel book for some of the time.
The Gospel Book is carried in procession at specific times, accompanied by candles.