Queen of Heaven icon from Monastery Icons. (Axion Estin) At an all-night vigil on the holy mount of Athos in 980, a group of monks chanted before an icon of the Holy Virgin was joined by an unrecognized monk. He began to chant a traditional hymn to the Virgin, opening with a new verse they had never heard, beginning with "It is truly meet and right to bless thee." As he chanted, her icon began to shine with light. And so this depiction became known as "It is meet and right."
Bogorodica Trojeručica "Three-handed Theotokos" or simply Trojeručica is a famous wonderworking icon in the Serb Orthodox monastery of Hilandar on Mount Athos, Greece. It depicts Theotokos (Virgin Mary) with young Jesus in the hodegetria position, and is covered with a riza. It is the most important icon of the Serbian Orthodox Church. On the back of the icon is the painting of St Nicholas.
Advocata Nostra, the oldest icon of Mary in Rome, at the Dominican Sisters Convent on Via Trionfale on Monte Mario. This icon can be traced back to its origin in Jerusalem, where tradition has it that it was painted by St Luke after the Resurrection, at the request of the apostles. But the tradition also states that after St Luke had sketched the outline, the image of Our Lady appeared on it. No human hand was involved. Such works are referred to as achiropita—'made without hands'.