Framed poster - Apse The Cathedral in Monreale Italy - Christ Pantocrator (Jesus Christ) - Catholism
Christ Pantocrator (Jesus Christ) - The Cathedral in Monreale, Italy - Catholism
The Cathedral in Monreale - built between 1170 and 1189 - is inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Christ Pantocrator: The
cathedral in Monreale,
Palermo, is regarded as
the most beautiful of the
Norman churches in Sicily.
The mosaics were made
with 2200 kg of pure gold,
experts have estimated.
Craftsmen from Constantinople
were employed to expedite the
work. The Byzantine mosaics
are among the most magnificent
in the world.
Christ Pantocrator. In Christian
iconography, Christ Pantocrator
is a specific depiction of Christ.
Pantocrator or Pantokrator is, used
in this context, derived from of one
of many names of God in Judaism.
The most common translation of
Pantocrator is "Almighty"
Its an awesome Cathedral - see the images in the link below.