Keramion

Keramion

An ancient Greek unit of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 26.2 liters.
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Added to this is the fact that his work is represented in the collections of the Panevezys Civic Art Gallery, Lithuania; Museum of Ceramics, Bechyne, Czech Republic; Keramion, Germany; and the National Museum of Latvia in Riga.
In 944, an acheiropoietos image of Christ came from Edessa to Constantinople, as did, in 968, the holy tile, the keramion, onto which the miraculous image had transferred itself.
They were loaned from the permanent holdings of the Keramion Center for Ceramic Art, home of the Dr.