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Français : Mosaïque de l'impératrice Zoé (XIe s.) à Sainte-Sophie (Istanbul, Turquie).
Au milieu, le Christ Pantocrator. À sa droite, l'empereur Constantin IX Monomaque ; à sa gauche, l'impératrice Zoé.
English: The Empress Zoe mosaics (11th-century) in Hagia Sophia (Istanbul, Turkey)
Christ Pantocrator is seated in the middle. On his right side stands emperor Constantine IX Monomachos; on his left side, empress Zoe.
Date 8 November 2012
Source Own work
Author Photographer: Myrabella

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41° 0′ 29.70″ N, 28° 58′ 48.68″ E

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