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Athos

These beautiful 16th century frescoes are from the beautiful monasteries of the Holy Mountain of Athos, the center of Orthodox monasticism.

Angel Medallion Icons

As low as $14.95

Always remember the presence of the Angels of the Lord with these beautiful icon roundels from the churches of Mount Athos. Four unique designs depict the countless ministering spirits which invisibly do the Lord's work — your guardian angel among...

Warrior Saints (XVIIc) Icon - S371

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This 17th century icon comes from the Hilander monastery on Mount Athos. It features four prominent warrior saints, from left to right, Demetrios the Myrrh-streaming (also spelled Demetrius/Dmitri), George the Trophy-bearer, Prokopios (or Procopius), and...

Angel of the Lord (Athos) Icon - S352

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This detail from a large 16th century fresco features an angel, titled "Angel of the Lord." He is dressed as a deacon, as Psalm 103 describes the angels as "ministering spirits." He holds a royal scepter and orb, representing the authority given to the...

Theophany (Athos) Icon - F255

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John the Baptist was preaching in the wilderness, preparing the way for Our Lord. As John was baptizing the people in the Jordan River, Jesus came to be baptized Himself—not that He had sins to be forgiven, but to inaugurate His ministry. The...

Cherub (Athos) Icon - S353

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This detail from a large 16th century fresco features a Cherub. The Cherubim are the second-highest of the nine ranks of angels. The Ark of the Covenant fashioned by Moses, and later the Temple, depicted images of Cherubim. In the icon, the Cherub...

Gregory of Nyssa (Athos) Icon - S406

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St. Gregory lived in the fourth century. A brilliant theologian and teacher, he was consecrated bishop of Nyssa by his older brother, St. Basil the Great. Together the brothers fought against the Arian heresy, and suffered persecution by Arian clergy...

Three Holy Youths (Athos) Icon - S348

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The Three Holy Youths Ananias, Misael, and Azarias were among the Jews who were taken to Babylon in the sixth century BC. King Nebuchadnezzar took them into his royal household where they served, along with the Prophet Daniel. They were given Persian...

Saint Panteleimon (Athos) Icon - S342

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Saint Panteleimon lived in the late 3rd century. A native of Nicomedia, his mother wished for him to be raised a Christian. When she died young, his pagan father sent him to be educated as a physician. He was befriended by Saint Hermolaus, a priest, and...

Angel of the Lord (Athos) Icon - S351

As low as $9.95

This detail from a large 16th century fresco features an angel, titled "Angel of the Lord." He is dressed as a deacon, as Psalm 103 describes the angels as "ministering spirits." He holds a royal scepter and orb, representing the authority given to the...

Seraph (Athos) Icon - S355

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This detail from a large 16th century fresco features a Seraph. The Seraphim, which in Hebrew means "burning ones," are the highest of the nine angelic ranks. Their name indicates their closeness to God: so close that they are eternally burning with...

Thrones (Athos) Icon - S354

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This detail from a large 16th century fresco features two angelic Thrones. The Thrones are the third-highest of the nine ranks of angels, and are mentioned by Saint Paul in Colossians 1. They are usually associated with the wheels seen by the Prophet...

John Chrysostom (Athos) Icon - S332

As low as $9.95

Saint John Chrysostom (which means "Golden-Mouthed," after his eloquent speaking abilities) is one of the greatest preachers and theologians in Church history. His sermons and commentary on the scriptures are invaluable, and his bold preaching is...

Basil the Great (Athos) Icon - S331

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St. Basil was born in Caesarea in 329, to a holy family full of saints. He went to complete his education in Athens, where he first met his lifelong friend St. Gregory the Theologian. Later, after he had spent some time in solitude, Basil became a...