Iconostasis Middle Row - Feasts and the Last Supper - Complete! - 01/31/10

As is customary in the design of an iconostasis, the next row up from the bottom is devoted to as many of the Great Feasts as will fit.  The Last Supper is in the center. The Feast icons were photographed before their installation so you can see the incredible detail they contain.
Nativity and Presentation in the Temple of the Mother of God
Annunciation to the Theotokos & Nativity of our Lord, God & Savior Jesus Christ
Meeting of the Lord in the Temple and the Theophany (Baptism) of the Lord
Transfiguration and Entry of the Lord into Jerusalem (Palm Sunday)
Crucifixion of the Lord; and the Resurrection, or Harrowing (Destruction) of Hades
Ascension of the Lord, and Dormition (Falling-Asleep) of the Theotokos
St. James, Brother of the Lord and author of the earliest Divine Liturgy
St. Gregory Dialogos, Bishop of Rome, credited with compiling the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts - the distinctive weekday Communion service of Great Lent.
The Last Supper - the institution of the consecration of bread and wine into Jesus' Body and Blood.