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Theotokos and the Tree of Moscow Icon - T179

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This icon is a famous and historic symbol of Moscow and its ancient kingdom. In the center is the Theotokos of Vladimir. She is surrounded by a "family tree" filled with saints from the Moscow region. Painted in 1668 by Simon Ushakov.

On the left side: Tsarevich St. Dmitri of Uglich, Tsar St. Michael I, Tsar St. Theodore I, Patriarch St. Philaret, Patriarch St. Job, Metropolitan St. Philip of Moscow, Metropolitan St. Photius of Moscow, Metropolitan St. Jonah of Moscow, Metropolitan St. Cyprian of Kiev, and Metropolitan St. Alexius of Kiev.

On the right side: St. John the Fool-for-Christ, St. Basil the Fool-for-Christ, St. Maxim the Fool-for-Christ, St. Andronicus of Moscow, St. Simon the Silent, St. Paphnutius of Borovsk, St. Sabbas of Storozhi, St. Segius of Radonezh, St. Nikon of Radonezh, and St. Alexander Nevsky.

At the bottom: Tsar St. Alexis I, Metropolitan St. Peter of Moscow, St. Ivan I the Grand Duke of Moscow, Tsaritsa St. Maria Miloslavskaya, and her children Sts. Alexius and Theodore.

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