The Canaanite Woman asks for healing for her daughter.
 Bazzi Rahib, Ilyas Basim Khuri

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Title:The Canaanite Woman asks for healing for her daughter
Notes:Naskh is the caligraphic style for writing in the Arabic alphabet that the biblical text is written in for this manuscript. The artist, Ilyas Basim Khuri Bazzi Rahib, was most likely a Coptic monk in the late 17th century in Egypt.
Date:1684
Artist:Bazzi Rahib, Ilyas Basim Khuri
Building:Walters Art Museum
Object/Function:Manuscript illumination
City/Town:Baltimore
State:MD
Country:United States

Scripture:Matthew 15:(10-20), 21-28
Person as Subject:Canaanite Woman (Biblical figure)
Lectionary links:AProp15

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Record Number:55922 Last Updated: 2014-05-08 13:48:42 Record Created: 2014-05-08 13:41:47
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