This round relief scapular with a movable hoop at the top contains a waist-length relief image of the Holy Martyr St. Photina (Svetlana). The saint is depicted in a three-quarter turn, with her right hand opened in a begging gesture and a picher of water pressed to her chest. According to the Church tradition, St. Photina was the Samaritan that spoke to Jesus Christ by the well of Jacob; she asked the Savior to give her His living water so that she would never thirst again and confessed Him as the Messiah. On the reverse one can see a cross-shaped well of Jacob with a four-pointed cross in the middle, framed in the words St. Photina said to Christ (in Church Slavonic): “Lord, give me some of this water, that I may never thirst.”
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