The paper was the same; the paper in the corner showed where the case of ikons had stood.
"And you even took the ikons," Anninka could not refrain from remarking.
All books, deeds, pictures and ikons were lost, with few exceptions.
It was as if they passed between her and the ikons upon which she held her eyes riveted.
He took the two ikons, of Saint Luke and of the Virgin, from his pocket and prayed to them.
Rouletabille kissed his ikons and handed them to Annouchka along with the letters.
And always in the corners of the room were ikons with candles lighted before them at night.
In the half-light of the shop a melancholy shadow leaned over the ikons on the counter.
Here the gentleman picked up an old pair of boots, which he threw on the counter in the midst of the ikons.
What about the ikons, the charms, the amulets, the sacred relics and the images of the Greek and Romish Churches?