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'''Panagia Agiosortissa''' known as the Intercessor is an [[icon]] of the Virgin Mary where she shown alone, in profile, facing toward her left with hands her hands held out in supplication.
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'''Panagia Agiosortissa''', known as the ''Intercessor'', is a representation of the [[Theotokos|Virgin Mary]] where she is shown alone, in profile, facing towards her left with her hands held out in supplication, or sometimes holdings a scroll. Icons of this type show her in full height, without her child and sometimes carrying a scroll.  
  
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== See also ==
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* [[Mother of God Joy of All Who Sorrow]]
  
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Latest revision as of 00:50, July 24, 2008

Panagia Agiosortissa, known as the Intercessor, is a representation of the Virgin Mary where she is shown alone, in profile, facing towards her left with her hands held out in supplication, or sometimes holdings a scroll. Icons of this type show her in full height, without her child and sometimes carrying a scroll.

See also