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12th May '16 2:47:41 PM MasoTey
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* A famous print of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C5%ABj%C5%8D-hime Chujo-hime]] shows her with a large lotus leaf framing her head. This was later imitated by Catholic artist Daniel Mitsui in his Japanese-style drawing of [[http://www.danielmitsui.com/00_pages/maruya.html Our Lady of Perpetual Help]].

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* A famous print of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C5%ABj%C5%8D-hime org/wiki/Chujo-hime Chujo-hime]] shows her with a large lotus leaf framing her head. This was later imitated by Catholic artist Daniel Mitsui in his Japanese-style drawing of [[http://www.danielmitsui.com/00_pages/maruya.html Our Lady of Perpetual Help]].
12th May '16 2:46:02 PM MasoTey
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* A 15th-century Netherlandish painting, the [[http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/follower-of-robert-campin-the-virgin-and-child-before-a-firescreen Virgin and Child Before a Firescreen]], uses the woven wicker firescreen as a halo for the Virgin Mary.

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* A 15th-century Netherlandish painting, the [[http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/follower-of-robert-campin-the-virgin-and-child-before-a-firescreen The Virgin and Child Before a Firescreen]], uses the woven wicker firescreen as a halo for the Virgin Mary.
9th May '16 9:09:38 PM MasoTey
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* A 15th-century Netherlandish painting, the [[http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/follower-of-robert-campin-the-virgin-and-child-before-a-firescreen Virgin and Child Before a Firescreen]], uses the woven wicker firescreen as a halo for the Virgin Mary.
* A famous print of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ch%C5%ABj%C5%8D-hime Chujo-hime]] shows her with a large lotus leaf framing her head. This was later imitated by Catholic artist Daniel Mitsui in his Japanese-style drawing of [[http://www.danielmitsui.com/00_pages/maruya.html Our Lady of Perpetual Help]].
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21st Mar '16 5:07:29 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast'': When Past Xavier first meets Logan, the former stands in front of very large windows with his family's crests, which are made out of stained glass. This gives the scene a church-like feel, and the sunshine is quite bright compared to Charles' dark silhouette, so it gives the impression that he's bathed in holy light.
21st Feb '16 6:41:07 AM Onomateopoetic
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* Space Marines of "TableTopGame/Warhammer40,000" expecially love this trope. Leaders like Chapter Masters and Captains often wear an "Iron Halo", a halo made of a metallic material and placed behind the head of the Marine, on their helmet or around the head. When active, the Halo glows with a sun-like aura and protects the wearer from almost any attack.
** This trope is likely adopted by the [[Galactic Conquerer Emperor of Mankind]], the creator of the Space Marine, who had an actual halo of light around his head at all times. A few of his gene-wrought sons, the Primarchs, are often depicted with one as well in paintings, and a few also had an Iron Halo as a part of their armour, most notably [[TheMessiah Sanguinius]], who had a pair of wings to go with his glowing halo of light.

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* Space Marines of "TableTopGame/Warhammer40,000" ''[[TabletopGame Warhammer40000]]'' expecially love this trope. Leaders like Chapter Masters and Captains often wear an "Iron Halo", a halo made of a metallic material and placed behind the head of the Marine, on their helmet or around the head. When active, the Halo glows with a sun-like aura and protects the wearer from almost any attack.
** This trope is likely adopted by the [[Galactic Conquerer [[GalacticConquerer Emperor of Mankind]], the creator of the Space Marine, who had an actual halo of light around his head at all times. A few of his gene-wrought sons, the Primarchs, are often depicted with one as well in paintings, and a few also had an Iron Halo as a part of their armour, most notably [[TheMessiah Sanguinius]], who had a pair of wings to go with his glowing halo of light.




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* Franchise/{{Barbie}}'s [[WinterRoyalLady "Goddess of the Arctic"]] doll has a [[PrettyInMink fur-trimmed cape]] with a [[http://freephotooftheday.clientk.com/wp02/wp-content/uploads/2007/06/fantasy-goddess-of-the-arctic-barbie-bob-macki.jpg huge collar]] shaped like this.


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* Franchise/{{Barbie}}'s [[WinterRoyalLady "Goddess of the Arctic"]] doll has a [[PrettyInMink fur-trimmed cape]] with a [[http://freephotooftheday.clientk.com/wp02/wp-content/uploads/2007/06/fantasy-goddess-of-the-arctic-barbie-bob-macki.jpg huge collar]] shaped like this.
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21st Feb '16 6:36:45 AM Onomateopoetic
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[[folder:TableTop Games]]
*Space Marines of "TableTopGame/Warhammer40,000" expecially love this trope. Leaders like Chapter Masters and Captains often wear an "Iron Halo", a halo made of a metallic material and placed behind the head of the Marine, on their helmet or around the head. When active, the Halo glows with a sun-like aura and protects the wearer from almost any attack.
**This trope is likely adopted by the [[Galactic Conquerer Emperor of Mankind]], the creator of the Space Marine, who had an actual halo of light around his head at all times. A few of his gene-wrought sons, the Primarchs, are often depicted with one as well in paintings, and a few also had an Iron Halo as a part of their armour, most notably [[TheMessiah Sanguinius]], who had a pair of wings to go with his glowing halo of light.
**Another faction of the Imperium of Man, the Sisters of Battle, often wear Iron Haloes as well, but even their Saints get actual halos upon ascending.
**Hell, after skulls and wings, haloes are one of the main symbols of the Imperium of Man.
**The Space Marines' evil cousins, the Chaos Space Marines, sometimes wear cursed haloes, especially the [[DarkMessiah Dark Apostles]], who administer the chaotic faith for their warband.
15th Dec '15 8:06:11 PM h27kim
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* A common practice among some late Roman emperors (including pre-Christian ones, e.g. Diocletian) was to create an appearance of nimbus by sprinkling gold dust in their hair.

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* A common practice among some late Roman emperors (including pre-Christian ones, e.g. Diocletian) was to create an appearance of a nimbus by sprinkling gold dust in their hair. hair. The association between nimbus/halo with sanctity precedes Christianity and Roman emperor did encourage an imperial cult where they were treated as divine beings in order to prop up their authority.
15th Dec '15 8:04:15 PM h27kim
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* A common practice among some late Roman emperors (including pre-Christian ones, e.g. Diocletian) was to create an appearance of nimbus by sprinkling gold dust in their hair.
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28th Aug '15 7:29:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/ScannerCop'': When Sam Staziak is officially inducted into the LAPD, the police logo behind him is framed to look like a halo.
31st May '15 6:33:21 PM Generality
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Related to CrucifiedHeroShot and PietaPlagiarism.

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Related to CrucifiedHeroShot CrucifiedHeroShot, SymbolicWings and PietaPlagiarism.
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