noun, plural i·co·nos·ta·ses [ahy-kuh-nos-tuh-seez] /ˌaɪ kəˈnɒs təˌsiz/. Eastern Church.
Examples from the Web for iconostasis
In the iconostasis were the three holy doors—above the middle one a massive cross of gold.
In front of the iconostasis was an "Entombment," surrounded with young grass amid which little lamps shone.
The iconostasis is of the seventeenth century; the paintings are covered with silver plates.
On the east is the Iconostasis, dividing the 'Holy of Holies' from the rest of the church.Jerusalem Explored, Volume I--Text|Ermete Pierotti
At Easter time two processional crosses of silver and a Resurrection banner decorate the church outside the iconostasis.