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Спас Нерукотворный. Посл. чет. XVI в. Ярославль. деталь

Спас Нерукотворный. Посл. чет. XVI в. Ярославль. деталь

Abgar V the Black or Abgarus V of Edessa (BC 4 – AD 7 and AD 13–50) was a historical Syriac ruler of the kingdom of Osroene, holding his capital at Edessa. According to an ancient Christian legend, first documented by Eusebius, he was converted to Christianity by Addai, one of the Seventy-two Disciples. According to Armenian historian Moses of Khorene he was Sanatruk's relative.

Abgar V the Black or Abgarus V of Edessa (BC 4 – AD 7 and AD 13–50) was a historical Syriac ruler of the kingdom of Osroene, holding his capital at Edessa. According to an ancient Christian legend, first documented by Eusebius, he was converted to Christianity by Addai, one of the Seventy-two Disciples. According to Armenian historian Moses of Khorene he was Sanatruk's relative.

Image of Edessa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Image of Edessa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Abgar V di Edessa riceve il Mandylion da Anania. New York, The Pierpont Morgan Library, ms M 499, Miscellanea, terzo quarto XIV secolo, (rotolo, sez. 14)

Abgar V di Edessa riceve il Mandylion da Anania. New York, The Pierpont Morgan Library, ms M 499, Miscellanea, terzo quarto XIV secolo, (rotolo, sez. 14)

39bMandylion - Image of Edessa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

39bMandylion - Image of Edessa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Image of Edessa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Image of Edessa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Image of Edessa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Image of Edessa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Image of Edessa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Image of Edessa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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"Mandylion" of Edessa. 17th century representation of the mandylion, Mt. Athos, Greece. The mandylion was a semi-legendary relic of Christianity, a square or rectangular piece of cloth bearing the image of the face of Jesus Christ, and first appearing in the city of Edessa in the 6th century.

"Mandylion" of Edessa. 17th century representation of the mandylion, Mt. Athos, Greece. The mandylion was a semi-legendary relic of Christianity, a square or rectangular piece of cloth bearing the image of the face of Jesus Christ, and first appearing in the city of Edessa in the 6th century.

Leonardo Da Vinci

Leonardo Da Vinci

Andrea Mantegna (1431 - 1506) -  The Adoration of the Shepherds c. 1455-1456,  Part of the polyptych of San Zeno of Verona,  Wood transposed onto canvas,  40 cm x 55,6 cm,  The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Andrea Mantegna (1431 - 1506) - The Adoration of the Shepherds c. 1455-1456, Part of the polyptych of San Zeno of Verona, Wood transposed onto canvas, 40 cm x 55,6 cm, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Duccio di Buoninsegna. Maestŕ (back, crowning panel) Christ’s Appearance to the Apostles.

Duccio di Buoninsegna. Maestŕ (back, crowning panel) Christ’s Appearance to the Apostles.

The Baptism of Christ - Giotto.  c.1305.  Fresco.  200 x 185 cm.  Scrovegni (Arena) Chapel, Padua, Italy.

The Baptism of Christ - Giotto. c.1305. Fresco. 200 x 185 cm. Scrovegni (Arena) Chapel, Padua, Italy.

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