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Ephrem the Syrian, mosaic in Nea Moni.
Credit: eikonografos.com

Ephrem the Syrian, mosaic in Nea Moni.


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[[File:|center|250px|Isaac_the_Syrian, a Russian icon.]]
Credit: svetigora.com

Isaac_the_Syrian, a Russian icon.


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A scene from the Syriac Bible of Paris.
Credit: Dsmdgold

A scene from the Syriac Bible of Paris.


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A Cross on north side of the Qadisha Valley and on the western outskirts of Blaouza.
Credit: Brian Dell

A Cross on north side of the Qadisha Valley and on the western outskirts of Blaouza.


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Towers of the Mor Gabriel Monastery.
Credit: Nevit Dilmen

Towers of the Mor Gabriel Monastery.


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[[File:|center|300px|An icon of Jacob of Serugh.]]
Credit: Michaelovic

An icon of Jacob of Serugh.


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A Syriac manuscript written with Serto script.
Credit: Elizabeth G. Sørenssen & Jingru Høivik

A Syriac manuscript written with Serto script.


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Bethel Suloko Jacobite Syrian Church. Perumbavoor, Kerala, India.
Credit: Challiyan

Bethel Suloko Jacobite Syrian Church. Perumbavoor, Kerala, India.


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Daqin Pagoda, a monastery built in 640 by early Nestorian missionaries to China.
Credit: Jcoster

Daqin Pagoda, a monastery built in 640 by early Nestorian missionaries to China.


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A Nestorian tombstone in Issyk Kul, Kyrgyzstan, with inscriptions in Syriac.
Credit: PHGCOM

A Nestorian tombstone in Issyk Kul, Kyrgyzstan, with inscriptions in Syriac.


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