- The Lord's Epiphany, Kaftoun, Archdiocese of Mount Lebanon.13th Century A.D.
- The Archangel Michael, 12th century, St. Catherine's Monastery in Egypt's Sinai.
- Peter and Paul - Mount Athos
This icon is from the Monastery on Mount Athos of Karakallou. The icon depicts Sts. Peter and Paul a loving embrace. The two weren't always in agreement with one another, and they often argued about many things, but they never lost the love that they had for each other as brothers in Christ. And they never lost the zeal that kept them preaching the Gospel of Christ to all nations. For this reason, the Orthodox Church celebrates their memories on June 29th. This particular icon is over 1000 years old. It was once thrown into a fire by iconoclasts (people who hate icons). Much to their dismay, it never burned!