Byzantine Silver Censer

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Illustration

Patrick Tinkham
by The British Museum
published on 09 March 2018

Silver censer made in Constantinople (now, Istanbul) between 602-610 CE. Found near
Acheripoietos Monastery, Cyprus. Depicts Jesus Christ, Mary, and Saints Peter, Paul, John the Evangelist, and James, each in a border of palms. (British Museum, London)

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