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04:29 Apr 11, 2000
English to Portuguese translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: Christ Pantocrator
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This phrase describes the image of a Byzantine mosaic.
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Summary of answers provided
naCristo PantocratorMarsa
naCristo Pantocrátor
Cecilia Bartalotti
naCristo Todo-Poderoso
Cecilia Bartalotti


  

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2 hrs
Cristo Todo-Poderoso


Explanation:
In Greek, that's the meaning of the phrase.

Cecilia Bartalotti
Brazil
Local time: 01:21
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2 hrs
Cristo Pantocrátor


Explanation:
Complementing my suggestion above, "Cristo Todo-poderoso" is the translation for the Greek phrase, but "Cristo Pantocrátor" is the term generally used when applied to the byzantine icon.

Cecilia Bartalotti
Brazil
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13 hrs
Cristo Pantocrator


Explanation:
Significa, realmente, Todo-Poderoso, mas refere-se específicamente a uma certa representação de Cristo: a mão direita a abençoar, na esquerda o "livro da vida" - aberto ou fechado - e tendo normalmente na auréola as tr~es letras gregas que representam a expressão 'eu sou o que sou'.

Luísa Lopes

Marsa
Portugal
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