Ancha icon

The Ancha Icon of the Savior, known in Georgia as Anchiskhati (ანჩისხატი), is a medieval Georgian encaustic icon, traditionally considered to be the Keramidion, a `holy tile` imprinted with the face of Jesus Christ miraculously transferred by contact with the Image of Edessa (Mandylion). Dated to the 6th-7th century, it was cov.....
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