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A lion, cheetah, rabbit, and (apparently) an elephant. A page from the beautifully illustrated “Tractatus de Herbis”, a 15th century book produced to help apothecaries and physicians identify plants.

A lion, cheetah, rabbit, and (apparently) an elephant. A page from the beautifully illustrated “Tractatus de Herbis”, a 15th century book produced to help apothecaries and physicians identify plants.

Goddess Shakti... The divine feminine power who is one half of Lord Shiva and is responsible for the manifestation of all mattter and energy in the universe. Shiva is latent energy, the potential source of all cosmic powers. Shakti is dynamic force which releases and converts the energy to matter and the elements. Lord Brahma took the elements and created the planet Earth and all its species. Shiva alongwith Shakti wield the greatest power. Lord Vishnu is the presever and protector…

Goddess Shakti... The divine feminine power who is one half of Lord Shiva and is responsible for the manifestation of all mattter and energy in the universe. Shiva is latent energy, the potential source of all cosmic powers. Shakti is dynamic force which releases and converts the energy to matter and the elements. Lord Brahma took the elements and created the planet Earth and all its species. Shiva alongwith Shakti wield the greatest power. Lord Vishnu is the presever and protector…

Archangel Michael by Angelos Akotantos, a 15th-century icon painter who lived and worked at Handaca (Heraklion), Crete, Republic of Venice. He was the first hagiographer to sign his name on his icons: "Χειρ Αγγέλου" -- "By hand of Angelos." He is the most important Greek painter of the first half 15th century when the center of Byzantine art is transferred from Constantinople, to the capital of Crete, as a result of the fall of Constantinople in 1453.

Archangel Michael by Angelos Akotantos, a 15th-century icon painter who lived and worked at Handaca (Heraklion), Crete, Republic of Venice. He was the first hagiographer to sign his name on his icons: "Χειρ Αγγέλου" -- "By hand of Angelos." He is the most important Greek painter of the first half 15th century when the center of Byzantine art is transferred from Constantinople, to the capital of Crete, as a result of the fall of Constantinople in 1453.