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Prophet Melchizedeq Rila Monastery, fresco from the narthex of the Big Monastery Church, 19th century
Abraham’s hospitality (Abraham and the Three Angels). Wood carving from the iconostasis, Rozhen Monastery, SW Bulgaria, early 18th century.

Abraham and the Three Angels (Old Testament Trinity) Icon painter Nedyalko from Lovech (1598). Eccliastical Museum of History and Archaeology, Sofia, inventory no. 3332.
Abraham’s hospitality (Old Testament Trinity). Fresco, Sveti Spas, Alino Monastery, W. Bulgaria, (early 17th century)

Abraham’s hospitality (Old Testament Trinity). Todor Pirdopsky,Damaskin Manuscript (1826)
Inscription: “Isaac son of Abraham”. Illuminated Ms., Priest Puncho, village of Mokresh, N.W. Bulgaria (1796). Sts. Cyril and Methodius National Library, Bulfaria, Sofia Ms. 693.

Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice his son Isaac. Mural painting, Church of Sts. Theodore Tyron and Theodore Stratilat village of Dobarsko, Bulgaria (1614)
Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice Isaac. Mural painting, Church of Sts. Theodore Tyron and Theodore Stratilat village of Dobarsko, Bulgaria (1614)

Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice Isaac. Mural painting, Church of Sts. Theodore Tyron and Theodore Stratilat village of Dobarsko, Bulgaria (1614)
Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice Isaac. Fresco, northern wall of the nave of the Church of St. Demetrius, village of Teshevo, Gotse-Delchev region, SW Bulgaria (1884)

Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice Isaac. Fresco, northern wall of the nave of the Church of St. Demetrius, village of Teshevo, Gotse-Delchev region, SW Bulgaria (1884)
Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice Isaac. Fresco, northern wall of the nave of the Church of St. Demetrius, village of Teshevo, Gotse-Delchev region, SW Bulgaria (1884)

Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice Isaac. Fresco, northern wall of the nave of the Church of St. Demetrius, village of Teshevo, Gotse-Delchev region, SW Bulgaria (1884)
Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice his son Isaac. Wood carving from the iconostasis, Church of St. Demetrius, village of Teshevo, Gotse-Delchev region, SW Bulgaria (1884)

Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice Isaac. Wood carving from the iconostasis, Church of St. Demetrius, village of Teshevo, Gotse-Delchev region, SW Bulgaria (1884)
Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice his son Isaac. Wood carving from the iconostasis, Church of St. Demetrius village of Teshevo, Gotse-Delchev region, SW Bulgaria (1884

Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice his son Isaac. Wood carving, iconostasis of the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin city of Berkovitsa, NW Bulgaria (1867)
Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice his son Isaac. Wood carving from the iconostasis, Church of the Holy Virgin city of Pazardzhik, S. Bulgaria (19th century)

Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice his son Isaac. Krypta Museum National Gallery. 19th century, from the village of Zhitosvat, Karnobat area, S.E. Bulgaria
Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice his son Isaac. Engraving by Khristophor Zhefarovich Description of Jerusalem (Vienna 1748)

Akedah -- Abraham ready to sacrifice his son Isaac. Khristopher Zhefarovich, Description of Jerusalem (Greek edition, 1749)
Abraham’s home. Engraving by Khristophor Zhefarovich, Description of Jerusalem (Vienna 1748)


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