03 Feb Wood and tin processional cross, ca. AD 1500, Ethiopia. 
In the Ethiopian church, the wooden cross is perceived as having been sanctified by the Christ’s blood, which conferred upon it the infinite power to heal and bless. - metmuseum.org

Wood and tin processional cross, ca. AD 1500, Ethiopia. 

In the Ethiopian church, the wooden cross is perceived as having been sanctified by the Christ’s blood, which conferred upon it the infinite power to heal and bless. - metmuseum.org

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