The Christ Pantocrator in the Daphni Monastery is a mosaic dating back to 1080-1100, located in the main dome of the Church of Dormition in Daphni, Greece. It was created by an anonymous 11th century Byzantine master mosaicist and is thought to date from around 1100 during the Comnenian Dynasty. The mosaics are elegant, sophisticated and classical in style, with delicate fingers and hands and feet that are especially detailed. The only discordant note is the fierce Christ Pantokrator in the dome, with eyes that look away sternly and a furrowed brow. The paradox of this mosaic is that it might be both beautiful and disturbing at the same time.