HISTORICAL FACES OF CHRIST. JESUS AS THE GOOD SHEPHERD. GOOD SHEPHERD. Catacomb painting 3 rd c. GOOD SHEPHERD. Christ the Good Shepherd, Asia Minor, probably Phrygia (central Turkey ), Early Christian c .270–280. Marble, 50 x 25.7 x 15.9 cm. Cleveland Museum of Art. . GOOD SHEPHERD.
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HISTORICAL FACES OF CHRIST
Christ the Good Shepherd, Asia Minor, probably Phrygia (central Turkey ), Early Christian c .270–280. Marble, 50 x 25.7 x 15.9 cm. Cleveland Museum of Art.
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