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A catalogue of saints
a. a literary work consisting of two contrasting parts (as a narrative telling the same story from two opposing points of view) "a diptych, a pastoral in which the author narrates the birth of Christ ... first as it has impressed the rich countryman Asveer, then as it has been seen by the skeptic Nicodemus" -- François Closset b. any work made up of two matching parts treating complementary or contrasting pictorial phases of one general topic "the first volume of a diptych Vegetation and Flora of the Sonoran Desert" -- F.E. Egler
Artistically-wrought tablets distributed by consuls, etc. of the later Roman Empire to commemorate their tenure of office; hence transferred to a list of magistrates
A picture or series of pictures painted on two tablets, usually connected by hinges
A writing tablet consisting of two leaves of rigid material connected by hinges and shutting together so as to protect the writing within
A double catalogue, containing in one part the names of living, and in the other of deceased, ecclesiastics and benefactors of the church
{n} a reister of martyrs or bishops
A work made of two painted panels or carved ivory tablets, hinged so they can be closed like a book Originally a hinged two-leaved tablet used for writing
Anything consisting of two leaves
A double Icon - made of two icons, usually hinged in the centre
A diptych refers to a painting, engraving, drawing or relief that is composed of two distinct parts, as compared to a polyptych, which has two or more parts Some examples of Flemish diptychs are still in existence; they were done in the fifteenth century and show a portrait of the owner on one side and the Madonna and Child on the other side They were used in private homes for devotion and as memorials to an owner who had died
a picture made in two parts which can be closed like a book triptych (diptycha, from , from diptychos )
{i} piece of art consisting of two painted panels that are hinged together; ancient writing tablet consisting of two wax covered panels that are hinged together
A picture or series of pictures painted on two tablets connected by hinges
a work consisting of two painted or carved panels that are hinged together edition : the entire group of similar or identical works of art produced as a set
A work of art composed of two separate pieces, usually displayed together side by side, producing one continuous image Pronounced "dip-tic"
(pron DIP-tick) A two-part painting, often of attached panels A triptych is composed of three parts, a tetraptych four, etc
A double catalogue, containing in one part the names of living, and in the other of deceased, ecclesiastics and benefactors of the church; a catalogue of saints
a. a literary work consisting of two contrasting parts (as a narrative telling the same story from two opposing points of view) "a diptych, a pastoral in which the author narrates the birth of Christ ... first as it has impressed the rich countryman Asveer, then as it has been seen by the skeptic Nicodemus" -- François Closset b. any work made up of two matching parts treating complementary or contrasting pictorial phases of one general topic "the first volume of a diptych Vegetation and Flora of the Sonoran Desert" -- F.E. Egler"
a painting done on two separate canvases or panels hinged together
> Two panel paintings that are hinged together The outsides of these panels are also frequently decorated Several diptychs, most notably the Wilton Diptych in the National Gallery, London, survive from the Middle Ages
Work of art consisting of two panels that are hinged
Two visually connected works that are normally displayed side-by-side
a painting or carving (especially an altarpiece) on two panels (usually hinged like a book)
diptychs
plural of diptych
diptych

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    dip·tych

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    [ 'dip-(")tik ] (noun.) 1622. From Late Latin diptycha, plural, from Ancient Greek, neuter plural of δίπτυχος (diptychos, “folded, doubled”), from δι (di) + -πτυχος (-ptychos) (akin to Greek πτυχή (ptyche, “fold, layer”)).

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