Christ and Saint Menas Icon - F214

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Saint Menas the Wonderworker is one of the best-known Egyptian saints throughout the world. He was a soldier in the Roman army, and died a martyr about the year 309 when he refused to renounce his faith in Christ. His feast is celebrated on November 11.

This famous icon, sometimes known as "Christ and His Friend," is one of the oldest in existence. It was painted in the sixth century at the Bawit Monastery in Middle Egypt.


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2 reviews

  • 5


    Posted by Unknown on Nov 27th 2018

    Great product and arrived quickly!

  • 4

    Pretty Good Value

    Posted by Chase J. on Jan 23rd 2018

    I love everything about this icon. I use it often in my private prayer and I'll be using it when I give catechesis as well. The only negative note is that the image is quite reflective, so candle light obscures some of the details from the icon.