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  • Português: Maria e o Menino, mosaico bizantino, Museu Cristão e Bizantino, Atenas.
  • English: Mosaic icon with the Virgin of Tenderness, with the eponym "Episkepisis"("The Visitation"). From Triglia in Asia Minor, Church of Saint Basil. Product of a Constantinople workshop, Late 13th century. Exhibited in the Byzantine and Christian Museum in Athens.
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