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An poster sized print, approx (other products available) - Early Christian art. The Good Shepherd. - Image supplied by Mary Evans Prints Online - Poster printed in the USA Christian Images, Early Christian, Christian Art, Christian Paintings, Roman History, Art History, Fine Art Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints

Early Christian art. The Good Shepherd. Relief. 4th century. Bardo National Museum. Tunis. Tunisia.

 Roman funerary stele of Prisco. Inscription: Christian phrase appears in pace Framed Print Framed, Poster, Canvas Prints, Puzzles, Photo Gifts and Wall Art Early Christian, Christian Art, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Fine Art Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Art Romain, Before Us

Italy. Roman funerary stele of Prisco. 4th century AD. Early Christians. Inscription: Christian phrase appears "in pace". The symbol of the dove and the olive branch and the monogram of Constantine T. 4th century AD. Baths of Diocletian, part of the National Roman Museum Rome. Italy.

Early Christian funerary art from the Roman catacombs depicting the good shepherd century CE Early Christian, Christian Art, History Major, Art History, Fall Of Constantinople, Rose Tattoo Thigh, Art Roman, Art Through The Ages, Biblical Art

Early Christian funerary art from the Roman catacombs depicting the good shepherd 3rd-5th century CE

Photographed at the Museo Nazionale Romano in the Baths of Diocletian, Rome, Italy.

Miscellaneous Early Christian Art -- Early Christian Symbols of the Ancient Church Christian Mysticism, Christian Symbols, Early Christian, Christian Art, The Catacombs, Sacred Art, Stone Carving, Art And Architecture, Christianity

Miscellaneous Early Christian Art -- Early Christian Symbols of the Ancient Church

Catacomb picture of the resurrection of Lazarus by Jesus - The figure to the left represents the resurrection of Lazarus, the most common image found in the catacombs. It reflected the belief of the early Christians in Jesus as the author of eternal life. (Marble catacomb inscription, Rome, 3rd century A.D. , Vatican Museum

Funerary plaque with Christian Symbols (marble). Catacombs of San Callisto, Rome, Italy Early Christian, Christian Art, Chi Rho, Sacred Architecture, Christian Symbols, Catacombs, Celtic Designs, Sacred Art, Stone Carving

Funerary plaque with Christian Symbols (marble). Paleo-Christian. Catacombs of San Callisto, Rome, Italy

 Roman tombstone with Christian… Early Christian, Christian Art, European History, Dark Ages, Sacred Art, Stone Carving, Roman Empire, Byzantine, Middle Ages

Early Christian Art. Italy. Early Christians. Roman tombstone with Christian iconography. Inscription: Victoria, consecrated virgin, who lived 28 years. Christian phrase appears "in pace". The symbol of the dove and the olive branch and the monogram of Constantine T. 4th century AD. Baths of Diocletian, part of the National Roman Museum Rome. Italy.

Early Christian funerary art from the Roman catacombs depicting loaves and fishes century CE Early Christian, Christian Art, Classical Antiquity, Catacombs, Ancient Rome, Stone Carving, Archaeology, Roman, Graffiti

Early Christian funerary art from the Roman catacombs depicting loaves and fishes 3rd-5th century CE by mharrsch, via Flickr

Ancient Roman Graffiti from Pompeii (Bar/Brothel of Innulus and Papilio): Weep… Early Christian, Christian Art, Roman History, Art History, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Ancient Greek, Roman Letters, Art Romain

The Alexamenos graffiti was carved sometime between the 1st and 3rd century in a plaster wall near the Palatine Hill. It depicts an ass-headed Jesus Christ on the cross. Next to him is a man gesturing with his hand. The inscription reads "Alexamenos worships his god".

"Alexamenos Graffito" is the earliest known pictorial representation of the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ — Curionic Black History Facts, Art History, Church History, Michelangelo, Mosaic Maker, Black Jesus, Old Images, Jesus On The Cross, Christian Art

Alexamenos Graffito: inscription carved into a plaster wall on the Palatine Hill, ca. 100-300 CE, mocking Christian reverence for a crucified man.

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