The opening spread of pages in Iliad.
On the left, the gold-plated image of the huge oil painting The Triumph of Achilles by Franz Matsch (1892), depicting Achilles dragging the corpse of Hector with his chariot. Achillion, Corfu.  
On the right, the eternal first verses of Homer’s Iliad, decorated with a drop cap combining Homer era black figure art and Gold.
Right half mirrored 
Left half mirrored 

The two natures of Christ Pantokrator.
Observing the icon (left) we can see differences between the right and the left half ot the image; this symbolizes the coexistence of the human and divine nature in Christ. See the resulting image by mirroring the right side (center) and the left side (right).