Frescoes in the church of Agia Paraskevi, Geroskipou, Cyprus, 15th century


Betrayal of Jesus by Judas


Christ before Pilate


Simon of Cyrene Carrying the Cross


Crowd at the Crucifixion

The church of Agia Paraskevi, in the village of Geroskipou, near Pafos (Paphos), western Cyprus, was built in the ninth century and dedicated to Parasceve, martyred in 180.
One of the most interesting and beautiful Byzantine churches in Cyprus. It dates to the 9th century and is a three-aisled five-domed basilica. Its frescoes date from the 9th to the 15th centuries.



See also Frescos of the Betrayal of Jesus in the Churches of St Mammas, Louvaras; Holy Saviour, Paleochorio; and Archangel Michael, Galata, Cyprus, 15th-16th Century
Other 15th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers




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