Date: 9 months ago   Category: Science

The unique fresco with Christ's image is found


Nakhodka is dated the thirteenth century and found in medieval fortress in Bulgaria. Archeologists have found ruins of unknown church in which frescos with Jesus Christ's image have remained. Archaeology in Bulgaria reports about it. Nakhodka is found in the Bulgarian city of Veliko Tarnovo in the territory of excavation of fortress of the Middle Ages. The fresco is dated the 13th century of the period of the Second Bulgarian kingdom. The church is unique because of the painting among which images of three people with nimbuses have well remained. On one of frescos Vsederzhatel - Jesus Christ in Pantokrator's iconography is represented. Besides, the quality and art value of the image from this church, according to archeologists, are much higher, than in other churches of the same fortress. The day before in Sweden the eight-year-old girl has found in the lake a thousand-year sword of Vikings Also the Correspondent wrote that archeologists have shown a knife, to which 90 thousand years of News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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