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Winged retable with the Virgin Mary, About 1275-1300, Mule Church in Iceland, National Museum (Copenhagen, Denmark). Made with Memento Beta from Autodesk.This pine altar-piece is the oldest in the collection. It has hinged wings which close over the central compartment. When open the wings once displayed sculptured figures in relief, probably enacting scenes from the life of the Virgin. The polychromy is unlikely to be original.
Jesus is seen dead on the cross while his mother, Mary, and his favorite disciple, the Evangelist Saint John, mourn below. For more information follow this link:http://collections.artsmia.org/art/123223/crucifixion-spain
The Church of St. George is located in Lalibela, a town in northern Ethiopia. The church dates back to the 12th or 13th century, and was built/carved from the top down, into the ground, from a single piece of rock. Visitors can also go inside the church. It is one of eleven rock-hewn churches making up the Lalibela UNESCO World Heritage Site. Photos taken and 3D reconstruction by Ben Kreimer.
Happy Easter! Here’s a bit of Christian history…This bust was part of the British Museum’s “Egypt: faith after the pharaohs” exhibition and is now back on general display.Egypt, about AD 14–20.“This statue of Germanicus, great-nephew of the emperor Augustus, was probably made around AD 19, shortly after a visit to Egypt. Years later someone inscribed a cross on his forehead and it was hacked across the nose, ear and neck. We don’t know why the cross was added – perhaps to neutralise spirits thought to dwell in images, to ‘Christianise’ Germanicus, or to mark him as a ‘slave of God’ – as some Christians marked themselves.”Full record:http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details.aspx?assetId=34673001&objectId=465554&partId=1
The St. Joseph's Cathedral of Sioux Falls, South Dakota in the United States is a catholic temple built in the XX Century and recently restored. It is one of the greatest landmarks of the city, along with the Sioux Falls themselves.