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Icono ortodoxo ruso 05 pintura de Ludmila Andersson

Icono ortodoxo ruso 05 pintura de Ludmila Andersson

.:.Orthodox icon of Theotokos "of The Sea", "Pelagonitissa", icon of early 15th cent.

.:.Orthodox icon of Theotokos "of The Sea", "Pelagonitissa", icon of early 15th cent.

Icon of the Mother of God of Konevitsa in the main church of Valamo monastery, Finnland.  It is considered the most valuable spiritual treasure of the Orthodox Church of Finland, tradition holds that it was brought from Mount Athos in Greece by the founder of Konevitsa monastery, the monk Arseni, in the 14th century.

Icon of the Mother of God of Konevitsa in the main church of Valamo monastery, Finnland. It is considered the most valuable spiritual treasure of the Orthodox Church of Finland, tradition holds that it was brought from Mount Athos in Greece by the founder of Konevitsa monastery, the monk Arseni, in the 14th century.

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Icon ortodox

rosas para la Virgen. ... imprimir.. Rosa walton... 5 x 7 en papel 8 x 10

Roses for the madonna. ...print.... rose walton... 5x7 on 8x10 archival paper

rosas para la Virgen. ... imprimir.. Rosa walton... 5 x 7 en papel 8 x 10

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orthodox christians

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Παναγία Ένθρονος / Theotokos Enthroned

Παναγία Ένθρονος / Theotokos Enthroned

A detail of an 18th century copy of the icon of the Salus Populi Romani (Protectress of the Roman People). The original painting is kept in the archbasilica of Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome. The image has since long been considered a true portrait of Mary, as according to legend it was painted by St Luke.

A detail of an 18th century copy of the icon of the Salus Populi Romani (Protectress of the Roman People). The original painting is kept in the archbasilica of Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome. The image has since long been considered a true portrait of Mary, as according to legend it was painted by St Luke.

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Mother of God of the Don…

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