An ornamental cloth hung behind an altar in a church or at the sides of a chancel.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Another work with Petrine iconography is a thirteenth-century dossal for, most likely, the little Florentine church.
- These dossals have both been cut down at either end; they each most likely had two extra figures of saints.
- Altar cloths and Communion lines were replaced regularly, it seemed, and dossals or backdrops have come and gone.
mid 17th century (denoting an ornamental cloth for covering the back of a seat): from medieval Latin dossale, from late Latin dorsalis 'on the back' (see dorsal).
Más definiciones de dossalDefinición de dossal en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.