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  1. List of cathedrals in Egypt - Wikipedia

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    Our Lady of Heliopolis Co-Cathedral in Cairo (Latin Catholic) Co-Cathedral of Our Lady of St. Michael in Port Said (Latin Catholic) Cathedral of the Dormition in Alexandria (Melkite Greek) Cathedral of the Resurrection in Alexandria (Coptic Catholic) Cathedral of Our Lady of Egypt in Cairo (Coptic Catholic)

  2. Catholic Church in Egypt - Wikipedia

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    Cathedral of the Resurrection in Cairo, Egypt (Greek-Melkite Catholic Territory Dependent on the Patriarch of Egypt and Sudan) Co-Cathedral of Our Lady of Helipolis in Cairo, Egypt (Latin Catholic Apostolic Vicariate of Alexandria of Egypt) Coptic Cathedral in Giza, Egypt (Coptic Catholic Eparchy of Guizeh) Coptic Cathedral in Luxor, Egypt ...

  3. Melkite Greek Catholic Church - Wikipedia

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    The Melkite Greek Catholic Church traces its origins to the Christian communities of the Levant and Egypt. The church's leadership was vested in the three Apostolic Patriarchates of the ancient patriarchates : Alexandria , Antioch and Jerusalem .

  4. Cathedral of the Resurrection in Cairo, Egypt (Greek-Melkite Catholic Territory Dependent on the Patriarch of Egypt and Sudan) Co-Cathedral of Our Lady of Helipolis in Cairo, Egypt (Latin Catholic Apostolic Vicariate of Alexandria of Egypt) Coptic Cathedral in Giza, Egypt (Coptic Catholic Eparchy of Guizeh) Coptic Cathedral in Luxor, Egypt ...

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  6. Co-cathedral - Wikipedia

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    Our Lady of Guadalupe Co-Cathedral in Belmopan is the diocesan co-cathedral of Belize City-Belmopan since the national capital was shifted to Belmopan, which was added to the bishopric's title, but the see and Holy Redeemer Cathedral remained in former capital Belize City.

  7. Theophanes the Greek - Wikipedia

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    Theophanes the Greek (sometimes "Feofan Grek" from the Russian: Феофан Грек, Greek: Θεοφάνης; c. 1340 – c. 1410) was a Byzantine Greek artist and one of the greatest icon painters of Muscovite Russia, and was noted as the teacher and mentor of the great Andrei Rublev

  8. cathedral of our lady of fatima : definition of cathedral of ...

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    Cathedral Of Our Lady Of Fatima, Maputo in Mozambique This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

  9. Cathedral of Evangelismos - Hyperleap

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    The Holy Cathedral Church of the Annunciation of the Theotokos is a trilateral basilica which was founded in the middle of the 19th century in Alexandria, Egypt.wikipedia 35 Related Articles [filter ]

  10. Icon - Wikimedia Commons

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    • Iconostasis
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    Main gallery: Iconostasis.
    The nave of Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral, Chicago, Illinois
    iconostasis in Bogusza Niżna
    Moscow Archangel Michael Cathedral interior with iconostasis
    Royal Doors in iconostasis
    North door of iconostasis
    Main category: Riza
    Our Lady of Tikhvin in riza
    Our Lady of Tikhvin's riza
    Our Lady of Tikhvin without riza
    Cheap slapdash Marian icon made right for riza, but without riza
    Icons and its rizas
    Icon for temple used in iconostasis (Virgin Mary)
    Small icon for home use (Seven sleepers)
    Two-sided portable icon for Crucession (A. Our Lady of Smolensk. B. Ss. Nicolas, princes Boris and Gleb)
    Icon with foldable side flaps
    Half of icon was left without clearing to show how drying oil become dark during ages
    Various layers of paint are keept (note the gold field, right, and the green that was under)
    Process of clearing
    Warped board
    Christ Pantocrator, :encaustic painting on panel, St. Catherine's Monastery, Sinai, 6th-7th century
    Saint Peter, a 6th-century encaustic icon from Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai
    Virgin and Child with angels and Sts. George and Theodore. C.600
    Thaddeus of the Seventy Disciples, after 994
    Main category: Byzantine icons
    St. George
    Annunciation. XIII c.
    Descent from the cross, XIV c.
    Archangels Michael and Gabriel, XII c.
    Annunciationfrom the Church of St Climent in Ohrid, R.o.Macedonia (first quarter of the 14th century).
    Main category: Icons of Greece
    Saint Christopheras cynocephalus
    Crucifixionby Theophanes the Cretan
    Our Lady Andronikovskaya
    Second Coming, c.1700
    Saint Charalampus, XVII c.
    Main category: Icons of Ukraine
    Our Lady of Pochaiv(16th century)
    Our Lady of Balikinska(18–19th century)
    Savior(18th century)
    Unknown saint and scenes from her life
    Icon of Virgin Dehtyarevska (1794)
    Main category: Icons of Poland
    Holy Mother of Ostra Brama
    Black Madonna of Częstochowa
    Saint Basil of Caesarea, Saint John Chrysostom, Saint Gregorius I Magnus, XVII c.
    Crucifiction, XVI c.
    Main category: Icons of Serbia
    Saint Arsenije
    St. Tryphon of Campsada
    Saint Anne with child Mary