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Ciboria (Containers)

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Topical headingCiboria (Containers)
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Variant(s)Ciborium (Containers)
See alsoChurch plate
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Found inWork cat.: Erwerbungen zur Kunst des Mittelalters, 2006: t.p. (Ziborium aus Kloster Tennenbach) p. 8, etc. (the name ciborium, originally the Latin for tent, explained by the roof-shaped structure that many of these 'goblets for food' have as lids)
A&AT, Apr. 28, 2008 (Ciboria (vessels): vessels reserved for the Eucharist; may be suspended from the roof or ciboria (structures) and may also take the form of a tabernacle, or a cup with an arched cover)
Nelson's new Christian dict., 2001 (Ciborium 1. chalice-shaped vessel with a lid used as a container for the sacramental bread of the Eucharist)
Oxford art online, Apr. 28, 2008 (Ciborium (i): covered, chalice-shaped liturgical vessel, used in churches of the Catholic (and some Orthodox) traditions to contain reserved, consecrated hosts)