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Christian Coptic Orthodox sacred book in the monastery on Lake Tana, Ethiopia

Christian Coptic Orthodox sacred book in the monastery on Lake Tana, Ethiopia. - The more connecting pins can reveal more information, this is only a picture. Resemblance to NHC?

Healing Scroll Date: 18th–19th century Geography: Ethiopia, Tigray region Culture: Tigrinya peoples Medium: Parchment, ink, pigments, cotton. In Ethiopia customized protective scrolls that interweave sacred imagery with textual prayers have been prescribed by traditional healers for over two thousand years. These were carried on the person of the individual to whom they were specifically dedicated to shield them from harm. Often the customized content of a scroll is astrologically…

Healing Scroll Date: 18th–19th century Geography: Ethiopia, Tigray region Culture: Tigrinya peoples Medium: Parchment, ink, pigments, cotton. In Ethiopia customized protective scrolls that interweave sacred imagery with textual prayers have been prescribed by traditional healers for over two thousand years. These were carried on the person of the individual to whom they were specifically dedicated to shield them from harm. Often the customized content of a scroll is astrologically…

Ancient illuminated bible at island monestary, Lake Tana, Ethiopia

Ancient illuminated bible at island monestary, Lake Tana, Ethiopia. The Christian relics are dated back to about 1000 A.

Healing Scroll, Ethiopia, Amharic culture, 19th century.

One of the earliest African objects to enter the Metropolitan’s collection, this Ethiopian scroll was part of a ritual healing process. It was created by a däbtära (an unordained cleric) to rid a person of physical illness caused by malevolent spirits

Ancient Painting of St. John, in the Kebra Nagast scriptures. -Abba Penwolton Monastery, Axum, Ethiopia

Ancient bible w/ painting of St. John , Abba Penwolton Monistary, Axum, Ethiopia The language is Ge’ez, the ancient language of Ethiopia. Today Ge’ez is only spoken by priests and monks and is used on.

Healing scroll [Ethiopia] (2012.5) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ethiopian healing scrolls eliminate illness by purging evil spirits and demons from a sick person. It was a practice common among Jews, Christians, and Muslims in the northern mountainous region of.

Religious fresco at Abreha We Atsbeha rock-hewn church - Gheralta Mountain, Tigray, Ethiopia

Ethiopian Religious Paintings - St George Slaying the Dragon, Mariam, Three Kings, etc.

The wall paintings inside Ura Kidane Mehret, an island monastery on Lake Tana  https://johninsomaliland.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/070.jpg

The wall paintings inside Ura Kidane Mehret, an island monastery on Lake Tana.

Ethiopian scrolls

For your inspiration ancient Ethiopian magical scroll. Source: World Art Design In Ethiopia, when people are sick or anxious, they may commission a scroll from a priest or shaman.

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