* Нет в НБАРС.
OED: 1900 W. Lowrie Chr. Art & Archaeol. (1901) 201 The name orans or orant designates a figure in the attitude of prayer, with arms
outstretched in the manner which was common to both Jews and Gentiles, and was
accounted by the Church particularly significant, because it recalled the
position of the Saviour upon the cross.
1937 Burlington Mag. July 25/2 Though the
Trecento type, the seated Virgin with clasped hands, persists in the
Quattrocento, it is the Virgin derived from the old ‘orans’
type, of which the Antwerp Assumption is the earliest Italian example.
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