A. Find image or subject
Step 1. Enter a keyword. Suppose you are looking
for the icon of Our Lady of Philermos. Enter Philermos in the Search box of
your choice and click Search. If you get one or more results, that means that
'Philermos' is there. If you get ZERO results, then use a different spelling,
or a different keyword or keyword combination. For example, use 'Philerme'
instead of 'Philermos'. Keyword(s) may be spelled differently in other
languages. If different spellings, keywords or keyword combinations do not give
any results, then what you are looking for is simply not there.
Step 2. We now need to find the exact location of
our subject or image. First, retrieve the results from Step 1, one at the time.
Then, in your browser, click Ctrl-F to get the IE Find utility on your screen.
Next, enter the keyword that gave you results in Step 1 (Philermos or
Philerme). Click one or more times on 'Find Next' till you find Our Lady of
Attention: IE Find seems to
have difficulty with long names. For example, suppose you are looking for Saint
Gregory of Sinai Monastery. In Step 1 above, SiteSearch indicates it is in the
Index-Imagebase. Yet, 'Find' doesn't find it. Instead of entering the entire
name, enter a part, like Gregory or Sinai, and you will find it.
B. Display Icons Explained pages,
subjects and icons
site:www.IconsExplained.com in a Search box
and click Search. The number of pages displayed will be about 360-380. See
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