Byzantine iconoclastic, 8th and 9th Century, wood engraving, published 1881 - Illustration

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Upload date:September 05, 2011

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The Byzantine iconoclastic controversy was a time of passionate theological debate in the former Orthodox-Catholic Church and the Byzantine imperial family during the 8th and 9th Century, where it was about the proper use and the veneration of icons. The two parties were called iconoclasts (icon destroyer) and Ikonodulen (icon admirer). Woodcut engraving, published in 1881.
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