From the Breviary according to the use of the Roman Curia, 1529, the continuation of the sermon for the fifth day in the Octave of All Saints:
A Deesis panel, (the upper part of an iconostasis), early 16th-century Russian, now in the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland. (click image to enlarge) In the upper row, the Virgin and Child, surrounded by Prophets of the Old Testament holding scrolls with passages foretelling Christ’s birth: Habakkuk (?), Micah, Jeremiah, Moses, Daniel, David, Solomon, Jonah, Jacob, Isaiah (?), Gedeon, and Zechariah. Below, Christ seated on the throne of judgment, flanked by Saints entreating Him (hence the name of the motif “deesis - supplication”). On His right, the Virgin, St. Peter, Metropolitan Peter of Moscow, St. Sergius of Radonezh and St. George. On His left, John the Baptist, St. Paul, Metropolitan Alexis of Moscow, St. Cyril of Belozersk and St. Demetrius. Image from Wikimedia Commons.