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Various '''liturgical objects''' are used in the course of the divine services.
==List of liturgical objects==
*[[Blessing cross]] (also called a ''hand cross'')
*[[Cathedra]] (Bishop's throne)
*[[Curtain]] behind the royal doors
*[[Deacon's doors]] (also called ''angelic doors'')
*[[Dikirion and Trikirion]]
*[[Diskos]] (or ''paten'')
*[[Exapteriga]], meaning ''six-winged'' (also called ''fans'', ''ripidia'')
*[[Iconostasis|Royal doors]]
*[[Spear]] (or ''lance'')
*[[Table of oblation]]
==See also==
==External links==
*[http://www.theologic.com/oflweb/inchurch/guidedtour.htm Welcome to the Orthodox Church: A Guided Tour] by [[Deacon]] Daniel Swires
*[http://members.optusnet.com.au/amborodin/royal_doors_and_sanctuary.htm Royal Doors and Sanctuary] and [http://members.optusnet.com.au/amborodin/holy_altar.htm The Holy Altar] from the website of the Blessed Virgin of Vladimir Parish ([[ROCA]]), in Brisbane, Australia
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