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CROSIERS AND STAFFS


 
The crosier is the symbol of the governing office of the Bishop. The Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Rite Catholic crosier, in the Slavic tradition known as the "pateritsa", is found in two common forms. One is tau-shaped, with drooping arms, surmounted with a small cross. The other has a top comprising a pair of sculptured serpents or dragons curled back to face each other, with a small cross between them. The symbolism in the latter case is of the bronze serpents made by Moses in Numbers 21:8-9.


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Bishop's staff of His Grace Bishop Jovan, Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Sumadia.

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Bishop's staff of His Grace Bishop Antonios, Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Moravica.

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Bishop's staff of His Grace Bishop Artemios, Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Ras-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohia.

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Bishop's staff of His Grace Bishop Hrisostomos, Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Zica.

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Bishop's staff of His Eminence Angelos, Metropolitan of Avlona and Viotia, Greece.

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Bishop's crosier of His Eminence Angelos, Metropolitan of Avlona and Viotia, Greece.

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Bishop's crosier of His Eminence Angelos, Metropolitan of Avlona and Viotia, Greece.

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Bishop's staff of His Grace Bishop Jovan, Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Sumadia.

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