The stone cut church of Gannata Maryam, a couple of kilometers south-east of Lalibela, highlights a practically complete arrangement of wall paintings portraying holy people, heavenly messengers, and themes propelled by the New Testament. The congregation likewise includes a picture of Yekunno Amlak. Various enlightened original copies, especially Gospel books, were made between the late thirteenth and mid fifteenth hundreds of years. A couple dozen element not simply Canon Tables (files demonstrating which entries are partaken in which Gospels.) and pictures of the four Evangelists (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John), as in the previous Garima Gospels, yet additionally scenes from the Old and New Testaments.
By the turn of the fifteenth century different original copies, particularly Psalters (volumes containing the Book of Psalms, regularly with other reverential material), are as often as possible represented and crosses are frequently decorated with portrayals of holy people and of the Virgin and Child (above). The most punctual enduring Ethiopian symbols additionally date from this century (above and beneath). Composed sources recommend that the Ethiopian Emperor Zar'a Ya'eqob energized the utilization of board compositions in chapel customs.