Christ the Pantocrator (Cefalu, Sicily),        mid-12th century, mosaic
Crucifixion, from the   Church of the Dormition (Daphni,Greece), c. 1090-1100,       mosaic
Lamentation over the Dead Christ, wall painting from   Saint Pantaleimon (Nerezi, Macedonia), 1164
Vladimir Virgin, late 11th  to early 12th century,    tempera on wood
Anastasis, apse fresco in the “parekklesion” of the Church of Christ in Chora (Istanbul), c. 1310-20
Christ as Savior ofSouls, icon from the  church of Saint  Clement (Ohrid, Macedonia), early    14th century,tempera, linen...
Annunciation, reverse of two- sided icon from  the church of Saint Clement      (Ohrid,Macedonia), early   14th century,te...
Andrei Rublyev.Three angels (Old    Testament Trinity), c. 1410,tempera on wood    popularity oficons/ iconostasis/  stron...
Dionisij. Motherof God Hodigitria    from themonastery of the    Ascension (Moscow), 1482
Barna and Postnik. Cathedral of St. Basil    the Blessed (Moscow), 1555-61
Ivan IV (the Terrible)/   central “tent-and-    tower”  (shater)/onion domes
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  1. 1. Christ the Pantocrator (Cefalu, Sicily), mid-12th century, mosaic
  2. 2. Crucifixion, from the Church of the Dormition (Daphni,Greece), c. 1090-1100, mosaic
  3. 3. Lamentation over the Dead Christ, wall painting from Saint Pantaleimon (Nerezi, Macedonia), 1164
  4. 4. Vladimir Virgin, late 11th to early 12th century, tempera on wood
  5. 5. Anastasis, apse fresco in the “parekklesion” of the Church of Christ in Chora (Istanbul), c. 1310-20
  6. 6. Christ as Savior ofSouls, icon from the church of Saint Clement (Ohrid, Macedonia), early 14th century,tempera, linen, and silver on wood
  7. 7. Annunciation, reverse of two- sided icon from the church of Saint Clement (Ohrid,Macedonia), early 14th century,tempera and linen on wood
  8. 8. Andrei Rublyev.Three angels (Old Testament Trinity), c. 1410,tempera on wood popularity oficons/ iconostasis/ strong patterns, firm lines, and intense color/ prefiguration of the incarnation
  9. 9. Dionisij. Motherof God Hodigitria from themonastery of the Ascension (Moscow), 1482
  10. 10. Barna and Postnik. Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed (Moscow), 1555-61
  11. 11. Ivan IV (the Terrible)/ central “tent-and- tower” (shater)/onion domes

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