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Just imagine the two of them holding hands while crawling backward, crab-style together through the sewers, doing each other’s makeup, and sharing a romantic meal of child flesh.
They’d grin terrifying, toothy grins at each other as they share their first dance at their wedding, perfectly choreographed and set to the music of an out-of-tune organ playing over unearthly moans.
Further legends relate that the cloth remained in Edessa until the 10th century, when it was taken to Constantinople.
It went missing in 1204 when Crusaders sacked Constantinople, but by then numerous copies had firmly established its iconic type.
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Aside from the legend that Pilate had made an image of Christ, the 4th-century Eusebius of Caesarea, in his Church History, provides a more substantial reference to a "first" icon of Jesus.
He relates that King Abgar of Edessa (died ca 50 CE) sent a letter to Jesus at Jerusalem, asking Jesus to come and heal him of an illness. A later account found in the Syriac Doctrine of Addai (ca. ) mentions a painted image of Jesus in the story; and even later, in the 6th-century account given by Evagrius Scholasticus, the painted image transforms into an image that miraculously appeared on a towel when Christ pressed the cloth to his wet face.
Comparable images from Western Christianity are generally not described as "icons", although "iconic" may be used to describe a static style of devotional image.
Five to six AMS dates were obtained for four icons.
Although five icons were dendro-dated successfully, one failed to be reliably cross-dated with the existing master tree-ring chronologies and it was dated by radiocarbon wiggle-matching.
The results of dendrochronological and radiocarbon dating by means of accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) of six medieval icons, originating from northern European Russia and painted on wooden panels made from Scots pine, dated to the 15th to 17th centuries are presented.
The panels of each icon were studied using dendrochronology.