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Hosios Loukas Monastery, Boeotia, Greece
Early 11th century representation of Saint Prokopius as a military saint, from the church of Hosias Loukas in Phokis.
Referenced as figure 221 in The military technology of classical Islam by D Nicolle
221. Mosaic, St. Prokopius, c. 1000 AD, Byzantine, in situ, Hosios Loukas, Greece (Dem).
p.359. While the importance of heavily armoured cavalry in Byzantium's push against the Muslim frontier is certainly reflected in Byzantine art, some sources indicate that influences were still mutual. Most obvious was, perhaps, a fashion for pseudo-Kufic decoration, particularly on shields (Fig. 221), in Byzantium.
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