Άγιον Μανδύλιον

Άγιον Μανδύλιον

Image of Christ Not-Made-By-Hands - Icons from the Workshop of St. Elisabeth Convent - Handmade - Hand-Painted - Visit our website for more information: http://catalog.obitel-minsk.com/icon-painting #CatalogOfGoodDeeds #Orthodox #Eastern #Church #Orthodoxy, #Miracle, #Blessed #Faith #Holy #Jesus #Christ #Savior

Image of Christ Not-Made-By-Hands - Icons from the Workshop of St. Elisabeth Convent - Handmade - Hand-Painted - Visit our website for more information: http://catalog.obitel-minsk.com/icon-painting #CatalogOfGoodDeeds #Orthodox #Eastern #Church #Orthodoxy, #Miracle, #Blessed #Faith #Holy #Jesus #Christ #Savior

Image of Christ Not-Made-By-Hands - Icons from the Workshop of St. Elisabeth Convent - Handmade - Hand-Painted - Visit our website for more information: http://catalog.obitel-minsk.com/icon-painting -  #CatalogOfGoodDeeds #Orthodox #Eastern #Church #Orthodoxy, #Miracle, #Blessed #Faith #Holy #Jesus #Christ #Savior

Image of Christ Not-Made-By-Hands - Icons from the Workshop of St. Elisabeth Convent - Handmade - Hand-Painted - Visit our website for more information: http://catalog.obitel-minsk.com/icon-painting - #CatalogOfGoodDeeds #Orthodox #Eastern #Church #Orthodoxy, #Miracle, #Blessed #Faith #Holy #Jesus #Christ #Savior

7.  The Mandylion of Edessa.  Thus we can trace the development of the legend from a letter, but no image in Eusebius, to an image painted by a court painter in Addai, which becomes a miracle caused by a miraculously-created image supernaturally made when Jesus pressed a cloth to his wet face in Evagrius.  It was this last and latest stage of the legend that became accepted in Eastern Orthodoxy, the image of Edessa that was "created by God, and not produced by the hands of man".

7. The Mandylion of Edessa. Thus we can trace the development of the legend from a letter, but no image in Eusebius, to an image painted by a court painter in Addai, which becomes a miracle caused by a miraculously-created image supernaturally made when Jesus pressed a cloth to his wet face in Evagrius. It was this last and latest stage of the legend that became accepted in Eastern Orthodoxy, the image of Edessa that was "created by God, and not produced by the hands of man".

Mandylion (Image of Edessa), first half of the 13th century, Yaroslavl School. According to Christian tradition, the Image of Edessa was a holy relic consisting of a square or rectangle of cloth upon which a miraculous image of the face of Jesus was imprinted — the first icon (image). In Eastern Orthodoxy, and often in English, the image is known as the Mandylion.

Mandylion (Image of Edessa), first half of the 13th century, Yaroslavl School. According to Christian tradition, the Image of Edessa was a holy relic consisting of a square or rectangle of cloth upon which a miraculous image of the face of Jesus was imprinted — the first icon (image). In Eastern Orthodoxy, and often in English, the image is known as the Mandylion.

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Holy Face | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Ann Margitich

Holy Face | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Ann Margitich

Mandylion

Mandylion

Christ medallion by Father Nicodemus

Christ medallion by Father Nicodemus

Image of Christ on the Napkin by Natasha Loginova

Image of Christ on the Napkin by Natasha Loginova

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