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She shook her head, as if to clear it, and watched Macenion approach the royal doors.
These Iconostases may be only one or two tiers, with a wide opening for the royal doors.
Before the king could reply, several guards took him by the shoulders and ran him toward the rear, royal doors.
The royal doors consist of two carved sections.
The royal doors were commissioned in 1564 by Metropolitan Dionisije, whose death is represented on a fresco in the narthex.
However, the handmade bells, the large icon of the Last Supper that decorated the top of the royal doors, and the clock in the bell tower were lost.
"Hey, now," Hawkril told the man, as they watched a terrified-looking, gasping courtier run in through one of the rear royal doors, with a pair of guards. "
The royal doors, holy doors, or beautiful gates are the central doors of the iconostasis in an Eastern Orthodox or Greek-Catholic Church.
The Royal doors divide the Narthex from the Nave and the Iconostasis divides the Nave from the Altar.
The show begins with a set of 16th-century painted doors, the so-called royal doors of the iconostasis through which priests carry the sacraments of bread and wine to the congregation.
Repairs were made in the Church of the Nativity of the Theotokos, dating from the 17th century and containing an icon screen and royal doors from the 16th century.
It is dedicated to the apostles St. Peter and St. Paul, as is written on the royal doors beside the signature of icon painter Simeon Lazovic (Lazović).
Once through the Royal Doors (a term often applied now to the doors in the center of the Iconostasis as well) there is the Nave, which is the main and largest part of the church building.
The iconostasis of the main sanctuary, dedicated to the Archangel (or St. Michael), has the deacon's doors and royal doors made in the Italian Roccoco design, contrasted to the simple exterior and interior walls.
Anyone peeping in from the narthex would have had difficulty in making out the altar through the open royal doors, beyond the iconostasia, the partition that separated the nave from the choir, with its ark and seven-branched candlestick.
The royal doors in the center of the Ikonostasis (a wall of icons and religious paintings, separating the nave from the sanctuary) and the chandelier were the most treasured items retrieved and restored in the new cathedral.
In 1926, the Church of SS Martha & Mary was closed, though the remaining nuns were able to remove over 200 icons and the "royal doors" from the cathedral by moving them to the Church of the Holy Protection.