Icon of St. Emmelia the Elder - 20th c. - (1EM10)

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Emmelia of Caesarea was was the wife of Basil the Elder and bore ten children, including Basil of CaesareaMacrina the YoungerPeter of SebasteGregory of Nyssa, and Naucratius.

Emmelia—also known as Emilia or Emily—is venerated as a saint in both the East and West and is said to have died on May 30, 375. However, she is not the only woman in her family to be venerated as a saint. Both her mother-in-law, Macrina the Elder, as well as her daughters, Macrina the Younger and Theosebia are recognized as saints in the Eastern Orthodox Church.



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  • 5

    Posted by julie pellant on 8th May 2021

    Beautifully done

  • 5
    High quality work

    Posted by Stephanie on 22nd Mar 2021

    The icon was beautifully mounted and the image was detailed and clear.

  • 4
    Updated rating

    Posted by George Kaloroumakis on 4th Aug 2020

    I was finally contacted by UMS and advised a replacement icon was in process. Very apologetic for the delay in response. Looking forward to receiving this icon. Luke, Thank you for your correspondence.

  • 4
    Glad to find it!

    Posted by Elizabeth White on 9th Oct 2018

    Very nice icon. I am trying to find icons for all the children in our Sunday School ages 3 - 9. We have an activity in our classroom where a child may choose an icon to place at our prayer corner or any place in the room. Since we have an Emmelia, I purchased this one and am very happy with it.

  • 5
    Durable Well Done Product

    Posted by Jessica on 20th Aug 2017

    My family and I were chrismated last Easter. We were able to purchase icons of our saints and are so happy with the product. These Icons will last our lifetimes I'm sure. The color on the icon is beautiful and the wood is as well. We are so happy to add these to our prayer wall. Thank you!