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Definition of Pieta

Pieta
Pieta Pi*e*t[`a]" (p[-e]*[asl]*t[aum]"), n. [It.] (Fine Arts) A representation of the dead Christ, attended by the Virgin Mary or by holy women and angels. --Mollett.

Meaning of Pieta from wikipedia

- For other uses, see Pietà (disambiguation). The Pietà (Italian pronunciation: [pjeˈta]) is a subject in Christian art depicting the Virgin Mary...
- Pietà (Maltese: Tal-Pietà) is a small town Central Region of Malta, located on the outskirts of the capital city Valletta. Pietà is the suburb next-closest...
- For the sculpture referred to as the "Florentine Pietà", see The Deposition (Michelangelo). The Pietà (Italian: [pjeˈta], English: The Pity; 1498–1499)...
- Pietà Hotspurs Football Club is a Maltese football club based in Pietà, founded in 1968, the club currently plays in the Maltese First Division. ...
- Pietà (Hangul: 피에타) is a 2012 South Korean film. The 18th feature written and directed by Kim Ki-duk, it depicts the mysterious relationship between a...
- The Palestrina Pietà is a marble sculpture by the Italian High Renaissance, dating from c. 1555 and housed in the Academy of Fine Arts, Florence, Italy...
- For the Christian image, see Pietà. Pietas, translated variously as "duty", "religiosity" or "religious behavior", "loyalty", "devotion", or "filial...
- Santa (also known as Sanza or Samaritana) della Pietà (fl. ca. 1725 – ca. 1750, died after 1774) was an Italian singer, composer, and violinist. A foundling...
- The Pietà is a subject in Christian art depicting the Virgin Mary cradling the dead body of Jesus. Pietà or Pieta may also refer to: Pietà (Southern German...
- The Rondanini Pietà is a marble sculpture that Michelangelo worked on from the 1550s until the last days of his life, in 1564. It is housed in the Museum...