- What does this hand gesture mean in Icons?
- Why does the Orthodox Cross have three bars?
- How to Recognize the Holy Apostles in Icons
- The meaning of objects held by Saints in Icons
- Icons of the Mother of God
- Baptism of Christ | The Theophany Icon
- Jesus Christ | The Icon of God
- The Nativity of the Theotokos Icon
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Daily Archives: September 16, 2011
After the fall of Constantinople in 1452, there appeared among the newly subjugated Greeks an image of a 4th century ascetic Saint, lamenting over the tomb of an even more ancient, pagan, Emperor: Alexander the Great. This Icon, the Astonishment … Continue reading →