The holy face and the paradox of representation

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Elena and the Secret of Avalor by Craig Gerber

Finally, I know where on earth this new princess came from!
Its a nice story (I have a feeling Im supposed to have watched a movie?), and a cool origin story for the new princess.
But why does it explicitly say everything happened forty-one years ago? People in town - young people - clearly recognize Elena. Elena and her family (trapped in an amulet and a portrait) dont seem to worry that everyone they knew is dead or much older. And yet the villain ages when her magic is taken away? I dont get it??
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The Prayers of Reparation to the Holy Face of Jesus

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On August 15, two sacred objects entered the city of Constantinople. One of these was a letter reputedly sent by Christ to King Abgar of Edessa. The other was a miraculous image of Christ impressed on a cloth and reportedly sent along with this letter. These objects were received with magnificent imperial ceremonial. This important and authoritative collection of papers provides a welcome and far-reaching discussion of the prehistory and afterlife of the arrival of this icon in Constantinople.

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  1. Drawing on the disciplines of art history, aesthetics, and theology, this innovative study explores the phenomenon of paradox—at once artistic, visual, and cognitive—through which sacred images disturb the eye and provoke the mind to reflection.

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