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Virgin Mary icon Panagia Giatrissa, Handmade Silver 999 Greek Orthodox icon, Byzantine art wall hanging on wood plaque religious icon gift

Virgin Mary icon Panagia Giatrissa, Handmade Silver 999 Greek Orthodox icon, Byzantine art wall hanging on wood plaque religious icon gift

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*NOTICE*: The Gemstones are included only for size 15x18 (5.91x7.09in) Centimeters and larger sizes*

This byzantine serigraphy icon is an original copy of byzantine handicraft and style made by pure Silver 999* combined with PVD to ensure long lasting in time without losing its vividness depicting Virgin Mary / Panagia Giatrissa. An inspired artwork abiding to the Athonian technique that was gives this icon unique religious and aesthetic value.

A unique characteristic of this icon is what appears to be a scar on the Virgin Mary's right cheek or her chin. A number of different traditions exist to explain this, but the one most commonly held by Orthodox Christians is that the icon was stabbed by a soldier in Nicaea during the period of Byzantine iconoclasm under the Emperor Theophilus (829–842). According to tradition, when the icon was stabbed, blood miraculously flowed out of the wound.

The Virgin Mary is the Theotokos, the mother of Jesus Christ, the Son and Word of God. She conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit. She was cared for by her betrothed husband, Joseph, who took the child and his mother into his home as his own. One very strong tradition in the Orthodox Church holds that the birth of Jesus was also miraculous and left Mary's virginity intact as a sign; it is also the tradition of the Church that Joseph and Mary did not have relations after the birth of Jesus. She is also called Panagia, the "All-Holy," indicating her closeness to God in her obedience.

The title Theotokos (in Greek, Θεοτόκος) is a Greek word that means "God-bearer" or "Birth-giver to God.

The Orthodox Church remembers the life of the Theotokos with several feast days. The Liturgical year begins and ends with the feast days of the Theotokos. wonder working Icons of the Theotokos also have their own feast days.

1. The Nativity of the Theotokos is celebrated on September 8.
2. The Presentation of the Theotokos into the Temple is celebrated on November 21.
3. The Annunciation to the Theotokos is celebrated on March 25.
4. The Dormition of the Theotokos (Falling Asleep) of the Theotokos is celebrated on August 15.

Can be hung on a wall or placed on a flat surface.

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