Slavic Propaganda about churches and iconographies of FYROM

 

23538 0 Slavic Propaganda about churches and iconographies of FYROM
A usual habbit of Skopjan propagandists is to use Orthodox icons found in churches in modern FYROM as ‘evidence’ of their culture. In reality this is far from truth. The vast majority of churches in FYROM contain iconographies done by Greek iconographies centuries ago. Just a few examples are:

Monastery of St Naum

In around 1806, the wall decoration inside was fulfilled by the “son of painter Konstantinos from Korytsa” who paint the folowing “Entrance to Jerusalem”, “Jesus Christ”, “Gathering of Archangels” “Theotokos” (all of them of course in greek language)

St Klemes

Around 1889 the painter Stephanos from Lazaropolis was called to paint the already dark wall paintings of the church. All his representations were in Greek of course.

Church of Archangel Michael in the vilage Radonja, Stusko

Here we have wall paintings of 13th c. (Archangel Michael) in Greek, made by the Greek iconographers of North Macedonia at the same period.

Church of St’ Nikolaos – Bolnicki – Ohrid

This church has wall paintings of 1313,1333,1345-46. They were painted by Chrostiras Michael and Eftichios and were finished by their students. All the icons are in Greek.

 Church of Theotokos – Bolditska – Ohrid

Icons in Greek language from 14th and 15th centuries are found.

Old St Klemes Ohrid

This church was built by the priest Stephanos, as its visible from  the greek inscription in the south entrance when the wall painting was done during 1378.

Small church of Aghioi Anargyroi

This church is found near the church of St’ Konstantinos and Eleni. It has icons of 14th century and in its south wall we can find paintings of St Klemes and the face of the archbishop of Ohrid Konstantinos Kavasillas. All the writings are in Greek.

 Church of Aghia Theotokos Tselnitsa

This church has wall paintings of 14th c. and 19th c. which are the last of the iconographer Demetrios from Samarina of Epirus.

Church of St Konstantinos and Eleni – Ohrid

It has iconographies of 1477. The inscriptions are in Greek.

Theotokos i Pestrini – Ohrid

This church was built in 17th c. It has iconographies with the faces of Cyrillos and Methodios and St Athanasios. The painter as revealed by a related text of 19th c. is Emmanouel Georgiou.

Church of St Barbara – Raitsa Debar

It was built in 1592 and has iconographies signed by Stephanos of Mount Athos.

Monastery of St Ioannis bigorski

It has iconographies of 18th  and 19th c. Especially you can find there iconographies of the Greek iconographer Demetrios of Samarina.

Church of St Nikolaos in the village Baros

This church was built most likely in 1298 from the Greek “Son of Kapzas” and his wife Maria, during the reign of Andronikos B’ – Michael IX. Everything is written in Greek.

Monaster of Archangel Michael in the village Baros

This monastery has a few snatches from 12th c. like “Jesus in front of Pilatus”, “H apokathilosis” who were owned by the monk Ioannis.

Church of St Nikolaos in the village Monastiri

In this village was initially built by Alexios, relative of Alexios Komnenos in 1095. The abbot Aakios called Ioannikos in 1266 and he built the church as it is now. The whole church is full of iconographies of the same era.

Monastery of Treskavets

There is a Greek insciption in the entrance where Byzantine emperors are being mentioned. It has iconographies of 14th, 15th until 19th c.

St Nikolaos Toplicki

It contains paintings of the famous iconographer Demetrios from Samaria of Epiros.

St Nikolaos in Slepce

Inside there is the icon of Panaghia i Triherousa with Greek inscriptions from unknown artist.

St Athanasios – Galitsani

There are iconographies of 1627, of the Greek iconographer Ionas from Kastoria.

St Demetrios – Mariovo

Iconographies of XIV c. in Greek.

St Demetrios – Monastiri

It was built in 1830 from Vlachs who settled in the area (40,000) after the destruction of Moschopolis in Epiros. We have iconographies of the same era in Greek.

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