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Use generally for cooked food made of dough composed of flour or meal of various plants, water, and other ingredients, with or without the addition of a leavening agent. Use specifically for loaves or cakes of dough made with flour and cooked by baking.

agcx bread
cc C60 elintarviketieteet
date 28.10.2003
definedConcept Y2748
fte bread
id 300262820
kuvaus Use generally for cooked food made of dough composed of flour or meal of various plants, water, and other ingredients, with or without the addition of a leavening agent. Use specifically for loaves or cakes of dough made with flour and cooked by baking.
laajempi käsite ruoka
liittyy 'I am the bread of life' ~ sayings of Christ (John 6:35, 6:48), 'command these stones to become loaves of bread' ~ temptation of Christ in the wilderness, 'consecratio', bread and wine changed into the body and blood of Christ, 'give us this day our daily bread' ~ the Lord's prayer, (ten) table(s) of the showbread in the Temple ~ Jewish religion, Abigail goes out with asses laden with loaves of bread and bottles of wine, to meet David, Abraham provides Hagar and Ishmael with bread and a jug of water, Abraham, wearing an armour, with a chalice and bread before an altar, Benedict of Nurcia, abbot of Monte Cassino and founder of the Benedictine Order; possible attributes: aspergillum, book, cup (sometimes broken), raven with loaf, sieve (or tray), Christ at table with the apostles: he gives them fish and bread, Christ with chalice, and bread or Host, David meets Ziba, the servant of Mephibosheth, with asses loaded with bread, fruits and wine, David places the ark in a tent, burns offerings before the Lord and distributes bread, meat and wine to everyone, David receives the hallowed bread, Dominic(us) Guzman of Calerueja, founder of the Order of Preachers (or Dominican (Black) Friars; possible attributes: book, dog with flaming torch, lily, loaf of bread, rosary, star, Ezekiel makes a barley bread, symbolizing famine in Jerusalem (Ezekiel 4:9-17), Gideon demands bread for his hungry soldiers, Gideon overhears a Midianite telling about his dream of a cake of barley bread, Jethro offers a sacrifice to God and eats bread with Moses, Aaron and all the leaders of Israel, Job's wife bringing food; she usually reaches out bread on a pole while holding her nose ; Job's friends may be present, King Jeroboam tells his wife to take ten loaves of bread, some cake and a jar of honey, and to go and see the prophet Ahijah (Achia) in Shiloh, Kristus Emmauksessa, ehtoollinen Emmauksessa: opetuslapset tunnistavat Kristuksen tämän siunatessa ja murtaessa leivän, Mary appears to St. Nicholas of Tolentino on his sick-bed, offering him a loaf (he changes the loaf into roses), Melchizedek, usually in front of an altar, offers bread and wine in a chalice, Paul speaks to the men on the ship, and breaks the bread, Saul meets three men in the plain of Thabor, who offer him two loaves of bread, St. Antony Abbot and St. Paul the Hermit meeting and talking; a raven flies down with a loaf (sometimes two loaves) in its beak, St. Benedict is fed by another hermit (Romanus), who lowers bread into his cave by means of a rope to which a bell is tied, St. Benedict orders a raven to carry away in its beak a poisoned loaf, St. Felix of Cantalice receives a loaf from a mysterious child who blesses him, and then vanishes, St. Gall gives the bear a loaf, St. Nicholas distributes bread among the sick, St. Paul the Hermit in the desert, with a long beard and wearing a loincloth of woven palm-leaves, is fed with bread by a raven, St. Sebald meeting Willibald and Wunibald; he changes water into wine and stones into bread, a Canaanite woman kneels before Christ, asking him to heal her daughter; the metaphor of the dogs and bread (Matthew 15:21-28; Mark 7:24-30), a hundred men are fed with twenty loaves of bread: Elisha receives barley bread of the first-fruits and a sack of corn which he multiplies to feed a hundred men, an angel wakes Elijah; a loaf of bread and a jar of water are usually at Elijah's head, at supper St. Dominic and some friars are served with bread by two angels, baking of 'mazzah', unleavened bread ~ 'Pesah', blessing the bread and the wine ~ Sabbath at home, bread and fish ~ symbols of Christ, bread, Host, bread, loaf, bread-tin, baking-tin, communion of the apostles: Christ giving bread (host) and/or wine to the (standing) apostles, institution of the Eucharist, i.e. Christ showing or blessing bread (host) and/or wine (Matthew 26:26-27; Mark 14:22-23; Luke 22:19-20; John 13:26; 1 Corinthians 11:23-25), leipomotuotteet, leivonnaiset, multiplication of loaves and fishes for a multitude of four or five thousand people (Matthew 14:13-21, 15:32-39; Mark 6:32-44, 8:1-10; Luke 9:10-17; John 6:1-14), offerings of bread and wine ~ Holy Mass, on being detected in giving away bread to the poor, St. Di(a)dacus opens his habit, which is found to be full of roses, slicing bread, stones given for bread; serpents given for fish ~ doctrine of Christ on love, etc. (Matthew 7:9-10; Luke 11:11-12), stricken by the plague, St. Roch lies in the desert; his dog brings him a loaf of bread, and an angel watches over him, healing the plague-spot inside his thigh, the Augustine hermit, Nicholas of Tolentino; possible attributes: book, crucifix, (entwined with lilies), lily, (basket with) loaves, two doves (on a dish or flying away), star (on his breast), the Israelites bake unleavened bread from the dough, the Trojans eat cakes of bread which they have used as platters; thus fulfilling the Harpy's prophecy; they hail their new fatherland, the baker's dream: birds pecking at three baskets of bread, the hermit St. Onuphrius in the desert: his body is covered with hair, and he usually wears a loincloth of leaves; a raven brings him a loaf of bread, the importunate friend, asking his friend who does not want to rise for three loaves of bread (Luke 11:5-8), the martyr Vitus (Veit, Guy); possible attributes: bird, cauldron, cock, dog, hare, lamp, lion, loaf, model of church, stick (or cudgel), the meeting of Abraham and Melchizedek, the high priest and king of Salem, who brings bread and wine (Genesis 14:18-20), the miracle of the roses: St. Elisabeth's husband meets her in the street carrying bread in her apron to take to the poor; when he opens the apron he finds it full of roses, the penitent harlot Mary of Egypt (Maria Aegyptiaca); possible attributes: long hair, three loaves, the prophet Obadiah (not in biblical context); possible attributes: book or scroll, bread and jar, prophets at his feet (because of the erroneous identification with his namesake, Ahab's governor, who hid and fed a hundred prophets), the twelve cakes of the showbread ~ Jewish religion, the virgin martyr Agatha of Catania; possible attributes: breasts on dish, burning house, loaf, taper or candle, tongs, the wife and widow of the Landgrave of Thuringia, and Franciscan Tertiary, Elisabeth of Hungary; possible attributes: beggar, cripple, fish, loaves, leper, model of church, pitcher, roses in lap, scald-head, three crowns, tunnustaja ja pyhiinvaeltaja Rocchus (tai Rochus) (Roch, Rocco, Rock) Montpellieristä; mahdolliset attribuutit: enkeli (voideastian tai -lusikan kanssa), koira (toisinaan leivän kanssa), rutto-paise reidessään (jota osoittaa), pyhiinvaeltajan kaapu, matkasauva, hattu ja laukku
luoja Suvi Kettula
nimi bread, bröd, leipä, leivät
on sama kuin Leipä
prefLabel bread, bröd, leipä
rtx pettu
vastaa leipa, leipä, leivat, p300262820, p9121
yläluokka leipomotuotteet, ruoat

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