Evagrius Ponticus - Evagrius of Pontus - Evagrius the Solitary - Evagrie Ponticul HandmadeWood Icon on Plaque Orthodox ,Home Decor Wall

Evagrius Ponticus - Evagrius of Pontus - Evagrius the Solitary - Evagrie Ponticul HandmadeWood Icon on Plaque Orthodox ,Home Decor Wall

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Evagrius Ponticus - Evagrius of Pontus - Evagrius the Solitary - Evagrie Ponticul HandmadeWood Icon on Plaque Orthodox , Catholic, Coptic Home Decor Wall

Dimensions of wooden plaque in inches :
10 X 13 cm - 5.11" x 3.93" inches
18 x 13 cm - 7.08" x 5.11" inches
24 x 18 cm - 9.45"x 7.08" inches
30 x 24 cm - 11.81" x 9.45" inches
42 x 32 cm - 16.53"x12.59" inches

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Evagrius Ponticus (c. 346-399) was an Egyptian monastic, and one of the earliest spiritual writers on asceticism in the Christian eremitic tradition. He is also called Evagrius of Pontus or Evagrius the Solitary. Although condemned in proceedings associated with the Fifth Ecumenical Council his writings, many passed under pseudonyms, exercised a very strong influence over Orthodox spirituality. Evagrius was born in Pontus around the year 345 and studied under the Cappadocian Fathers. St. Basil the Great tonsured Evagrius a reader, and St. Gregory the Theologian elevated him to diaconate. As a deacon, Evagrius Ponticus would attend the Second Ecumenical Council (First Constantinople) in 381, which formulated the last portion of the Nicene Creed (the article dealing with the Holy Spirit). After visiting Jerusalem, where Evagrius became a monk, he went to the Egyptian desert in 383. There his life would touch those of other saints such as St. Macarius of Alexandria, his mentor; and St. John Cassian ("Cassian the Roman"), his disciple. Many believe he also knew St. Macarius the Great. He died in Kellia, Egypt, in 399.

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Kevin DeCantillon Aug 31, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

This is my second purchase from AgioErgo and they did not disappoint. This is an icon of St. Ephrem that is exquisitely vibrant and captures the Poet-Saint's vision of holiness. I am so pleased and grateful for the care AgioErgo demonstrates with each shipment. I highly recommend AgioErgo for your devotional and gifting needs.

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T McG Nov 6, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful item. I've been looking for an icon of Saint David that I felt captured him just like this, on the hill that grew up under his feet at Llandewi Brefi so that more people could see him preach, and the dove that landed on shoulder as he preached. I also like Celtic-style cross on his cleric garments. Wonderful. Thank you.

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Andy Sep 16, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

I cannot express enough how I am so delighted to be purchasing this fabulous art work! I was very moved when seeing all of the saints and as a franciscan Brother I have been happy to place a further order and looking forward to receiving my further plaques which are gifts for Francistide. (October 4th Feast Day of St Francis of Assisi )

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Marie Budden Sep 1, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

SO BEAUTIFUL. I PUT IT IN MY BEDROOM FOR NOW. I INCENSE IT I PRAY AND ASK INTERCESSION FOR MY FAMILIES. WELL MADE. THE GREEN COLOR IS VIBRANT. SO HAPPY WITH MY PURCHASE. THANK YOU.

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