Gambar dari Edessa: Perbedaan revisi

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For support, he refers to documents in the [[Vatican Library]] and the [[University of Leiden]], Netherlands, which seem to suggest the presence of another image at Edessa. A 10th-century codex, ''Codex Vossianus Latinus'' Q 69<ref>From the library of [[Gerhard Johann Vossius]].</ref> found by Gino Zaninotto in the [[Vatican Library]] contains an 8th-century account saying that an imprint of Christ's whole body was left on a canvas kept in a church in Edessa: it quotes a man called Smera in Constantinople: "King Abgar received a cloth on which one can see not only a face but the whole body" (in [[Latin]]: ''[non tantum] faciei figuram sed totius corporis figuram cernere poteris'').<ref>''Codex Vossianus Latinus'', Q69, and Vatican Library, Codex 5696, fol.35, which was published in Pietro Savio, ''Ricerche storiche sulla Santa Sindone'' Turin 1957.</ref>
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==Gambar yang terlestarikan==
Ada dua gambar yang terlestarikan sampai sekarang yang dikaitkan dengan "Mandylion".
 
===Wajah Kudus di San SilvestroGenoa===
==Surviving images==
Two images survive today which are associated with the [[Mandylion]].
 
ThisGambar imageini isdisimpan kept in thedi [[:en:Church of St Bartholomew of The Armenians, Genoa|Church ofGereja St Bartholomew of The Armenians]] indi kota [[Genoa]], Italy[[Italia]]. Pada Inabad theke-14 14thgambar centuryini itdisumbangkan was donated to thekepada [[:en:doge of Genoa|''doge'' Genoa]], Leonardo Montaldo, byoleh theKaisar Byzantine Emperor[[Bizantin]], [[John V Palaeologus]].
===Holy Face of Genoa===
 
ItMenjadi hassubjek beenstudi thecermat subjectpada of a detailedtahun 1969 study byoleh Colette Dufour Bozzo, whoyang datedmemberi thetarikh outerkerangka frameluar togambar theini lateke 14thakhir centuryabad ke-14,<ref>{{Harvnb|Wilson|1991|p=162}}</ref> giving asebagai [[terminus ante quem]] foruntuk thekerangka innerdalam framedan andgambar theitu image itselfsendiri. Bozzo found that the imagemendapati wasbahwa imprintedgambar onitu atercetak clothpada thatsecarik hadkain beenyang pastedtelah ontoditempelkan apada woodenpapan boardkayu.<ref>{{Harvnb|Wilson|1991|p=88}}</ref><ref>[http://www.mpg.de/bilderBerichteDokumente/dokumentation/jahrbuch/2005/kunsthistorisches_institut/forschungsSchwerpunkt1/index.html ''Das Mandylion von Genua und sein paläologischer Rahmen - The Mandylion of Genoa''] (in German) See also: [http://www.eikonikon.nl/bulletin/2003/frankenweg.php ''Annalen van de stad Genua uit de 14de eeuw beschrijven dat het de echte Edessa-mandylion betreft''] (in Dutch)</ref>
This image is kept in the [[Church of St Bartholomew of The Armenians, Genoa|Church of St Bartholomew of The Armenians]] in [[Genoa, Italy]]. In the 14th century it was donated to the [[doge of Genoa]] Leonardo Montaldo by the Byzantine Emperor [[John V Palaeologus]].
 
Kemiripan gambar ini dengan [[Cadar Veronika]] mengindikasikan adanya kaitan antara dua tradisi ini.
It has been the subject of a detailed 1969 study by Colette Dufour Bozzo, who dated the outer frame to the late 14th century,<ref>{{Harvnb|Wilson|1991|p=162}}</ref> giving a [[terminus ante quem]] for the inner frame and the image itself. Bozzo found that the image was imprinted on a cloth that had been pasted onto a wooden board.<ref>{{Harvnb|Wilson|1991|p=88}}</ref><ref>[http://www.mpg.de/bilderBerichteDokumente/dokumentation/jahrbuch/2005/kunsthistorisches_institut/forschungsSchwerpunkt1/index.html ''Das Mandylion von Genua und sein paläologischer Rahmen - The Mandylion of Genoa''] (in German) See also: [http://www.eikonikon.nl/bulletin/2003/frankenweg.php ''Annalen van de stad Genua uit de 14de eeuw beschrijven dat het de echte Edessa-mandylion betreft''] (in Dutch)</ref>
 
===Wajah Kudus di San Silvestro===
The similarity of the image with the [[Veil of Veronica]] suggests a link between the two traditions.
 
ThisGambar imageini wasasalnya keptdisimpan in Rome's churchdi ofgereja [[:en:San Silvestro in Capite|San Silvestro in Capite]] di [[Roma]], attachedyang tomelekat apada conventsuatu ofkonven [[Poor Clares]], upsampai totahun 1870 anddan issekarang nowdisimpan kept in thedi "Matilda chapel" indi thedalam istana [[Vatican PalaceVatikan]]. ItDiletakkan isdalam housedsuatu in akerangka Baroque frame added byoleh Sister Dionora Chiarucci, head ofkepala thekonven conventitu, inpada tahun 1623.<ref>{{Harvnb|Wilson|1991|p=193}}</ref> <!--The earliest evidence of its existence is 1517, when the nuns were forbidden to exhibit it to avoid competition with the Veronica. Like the Genoa image, it is painted on board and therefore is likely to be a copy. It was exhibited at Germany’s Expo 2000 in the pavilion of the Holy See.
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===Wajah Kudus di San Silvestro===
 
This image was kept in Rome's church of [[San Silvestro in Capite]], attached to a convent of [[Poor Clares]], up to 1870 and is now kept in the Matilda chapel in the [[Vatican Palace]]. It is housed in a Baroque frame added by Sister Dionora Chiarucci, head of the convent, in 1623.<ref>{{Harvnb|Wilson|1991|p=193}}</ref> The earliest evidence of its existence is 1517, when the nuns were forbidden to exhibit it to avoid competition with the Veronica. Like the Genoa image, it is painted on board and therefore is likely to be a copy. It was exhibited at Germany’s Expo 2000 in the pavilion of the Holy See.
 
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