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Christ comes and takes her mother. Day ayaeofya day they pour forth speech; night after night they display knowledge Whereas to the right the figure of Mary has almost disappeared except part of her head, John the Baptist and behind him angels are visible and seem to be in good order.

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In crucifying scenes usually three Marys, Mary, Mary the wife of Clopas and Maria Magdalene are auasofya who are called Emirofori -blessed oil carriers.

The first one into the pool after each such disturbance would be cured of whatever disease he had. After the crucifixion, Mary begins to live with apostle the evangelist Luke whom Jesus loved. Israeli woman stumbles upon Roman busts.

It is said that they were Alexious IVhis second son Alexander and efsanelero daughter-in-law. Every year Christ’s parents went to Jerusalem for the feast of the Passover.

Christ within the mandorla placed at the centre of the barrel vault. Christ, efsanelwri his burial and before his resurrection, descends into hell. As soldiers were leading him to be crucified they met a man from Cyrene, named Simon, and forced him to carry the cross.

There is a general sense of depth and space and a definite attempt at modeling, which may perhaps be due to western influence. Christ and his apostles were going through a city. Matthew’s Gospel begins with Christ’s genealogy and starts his family tree from his father Joseph and takes it back to the Jews’ ancestor Abraham, whereas, Luke’s Gospel gives Christ’s genealogy in its 3rd Chapter and like Matthew starts from his father Joseph but takes it back to the first man Adam.


When Christ asked him if he wants to get well, the invalid replies that; Sir I have no one to help me into the pool when the water is stirred. In the scene Christ holds a Bible and wears a dark blue Cloak like the background colours and his right hand is stretched towards the door. With the chief priests’ and the elders’ persuasion the crowd ask Christ to be crucified and Barabas to be released.

Nevertheless, the ornaments on the southern Narthex are not frescoes, as it was told before but they are majestic and marvelous. According to my numbering, 07 and 08 numbered scenes, placed on the north side of the nave apse in a barrel vault, have disappeared so much that it is impossible to figure out explanations of them. Adam named his wife Eve because she would become the mother of all the living.

At both sides of departing Christ, to the southern wall’s horizontal side charged apostles, to the northern wall’s horizontal side fish miracle scenes are depicted.

The other part of the scene was probably destroyed.

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The source of anastasias scenes is the apocryphal manuscript Nicodemus Efsanneleri and probably reflects the Ancient Greeks believing it derived from early Christian myths. On the north wall the Crucifixion is depicted. When the apostles saw him walking on the lake, they were terrified thinking it was a ghost.


A man was there who had been an egsaneleri for thirtyeight years. He says them; “to throw their net on the right side of the boat” and they will find some. Adam and Eve first had a son named Cain and later another son named Abel.

The consecration of bread and a cup within the rite recalls the moment at the Last Supper when Jesus gave his apostles bread, saying, “This is my body”, and wine, saying, “This is my blood”. Surrounding pantocrator figure in medallions angels or saints are depicted and sometimes Christ handles a manuscript.

Ayasofya’nın Freskleri / The Frescoes of The Hagia Sophia

Christ’s healing of apostle Peter’s mother-in-law has been pictured. In a later period the priests who served the church are thought to have buried much of their treasure somewhere beneath the building when the Ottoman Turks initiated their final siege of the city in Simeon holds the baby Christ.

He has a dream in which he sees a stairway resting on the earth, with its top reaching to heaven and angels were ascending and descending it. Upon this wish, Christ wipes his face with a handkerchief and sends the handkerchief that has his face imprinted on to King Abgar via his couriers.

Christ, his apostles and Mary also had been invited to the wedding. Only the upper part appears today and the ayasofyz is only partly understandable. Cain was very angry, and his face was downcast and one day he killed his brother in the field.