Perhaps you will have come across to the following link from the propagandistic site Historyofmacedonia.org:
It doesnt surprise us anymore the systematic lies and falsification of history from the well-known propagandists.
It was found in Vergina, Macedonia, Greece and not FYROM.
Picture 2.Same as above. It was found in Vergina, Macedonia, Greece.
It was discovered inside the Macedonian tomb of Lysson and Kalikles which exists in Lefkadia, Macedonia, Greece.
No info like all the above where it was taken from. Similar shields exist in Greek Archaeological museums.
Someone forgot to mention it was taken from the church Panagia Peribleptos (St. Clement’s) in Ohrid. The limited size conveniently prohibits us from watching closely the Greek inscriptions of the icon like
This is part of the “Crucifixion”. According to the Serbian account of “Icone, narodna knjiga Vuk Karazic Beograd” it was painted by an anonymous Greek iconographer in 13th c.
The limited size of this icon prohibits use from witnessing just next to the right side of this pic there is in Greek letters the word “Κεχαριτωμένη” since…the specific icon was also painted by a Greek iconographer.
‘Panagia Pelagonitissa’ 1422 was painted by the Greek iconographer Makarios. The systematic attempt from the well-known propagandists to provided as ‘proof’ of sth, archaeological findings in Greece and Orthodox icons painted by Greek iconographers of the previous centuries is trully ludicrus.
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