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CUBICULUM OF LEONIS, CATACOMB OF COMMODILLA Near Rome. Late 4th century. [Fig. 07-01]. THE LATE ROMAN AND BYZANTINE WORLD [Map 07-01]. ARK OF THE COVENANT AND MENORAHS Wall painting in a Jewish catacomb, Villa Torlonia, Rome. 3rd century. 3'11" × 5'9" (1.19 × 1.8 m). [Fig. 07-02].
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CUBICULUM OF LEONIS, CATACOMB OF COMMODILLANear Rome. Late 4th century. [Fig. 07-01]
ARK OF THE COVENANT AND MENORAHSWall painting in a Jewish catacomb, Villa Torlonia, Rome.3rd century. 3'11" × 5'9" (1.19 × 1.8 m). [Fig. 07-02]
WALL WITH TORAH NICHEFrom a house-synagogue, Dura-Europos, Syria. 244-245 CE.Tempera on plaster, section approx. 40' (12.19 m) long.Reconstructed in the National Museum, Damascus, Syria. [Fig. 07-03]
THE CROSSING OF THE RED SEADetail of a wall painting from a house-synagogue, Dura-Europos, Syria. 244-245 CE. National Museum, Damascus, Syria. [Fig. 07-04]
A CLOSER LOOK: The Mosaic Floor of the Beth Alpha Synagogueby Marianos and Hanina. Ritual Objects, Celestial Diagram, and Sacrifice of Isaac.Galilee, Israel. 6th century CE.
RECONSTRUCTION OF BAPTISTERY, WITH FRAGMENTS OF ORIGINAL FRESCOFrom Christian house-church, Dura-Europos, Syria. Before 256.Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut. [Fig. 07-05]
THE GOOD SHEPHERD WITH ADAM AND EVE AFTER THE FALLDetail of lunette fresco in FIG. 7-5. [Fig. 07-06]
THE GOOD SHEPHERD, ORANTS, AND THE STORY OF JONAHPainted ceiling of the Catacomb of SS.Peter and Marcellinus, Rome. Late 3rd-early 4th century. [Fig. 07-07]
THE GOOD SHEPHERDEastern Mediterranean, probably Anatolia (Turkey). Second half of the 3rd century. Marble, height 19-3/4" (50.2 cm), width 6" (15.9 cm).Cleveland Museum of Art. John L. Severance Fund (1965.241) [Fig. 07-08]
RECONSTRUCTION DRAWING OF THE INTERIOR OF OLD ST. PETER'S, ROMEc. 320-327. [Fig. 07-09]
INTERIOR, CHURCH OF SANTA SABINAView from the south aisle near the sanctuary toward the entrance. c. 422-432.[Fig. 07-10]
CHURCH OF SANTA SABINA, RomeExterior view from the southeast. c. 422-432. [Fig. 07-11]
HARVESTING OF GRAPESAmbulatory vault, church of Santa Costanza, Rome. c. 350. Mosaic. [Fig. 07-12]
PLAN (A) AND RECONSTRUCTION DRAWING (B) of OLD ST. PETER'sc. 320-327; atrium added in later 4th century.Approx. 394' (120 m) long and 210' (64 m) wide. [Fig. 07-13a]
PLAN (A) AND RECONSTRUCTION DRAWING (B) of OLD ST. PETER'sc. 320-327; atrium added in later 4th century.Approx. 394' (120 m) long and 210' (64 m) wide. [Fig. 07-13b]
PLAN (A) AND SECTION (B) OF THE CHURCH OF SANTA COSTANZA, ROMEc. 350. [Fig. 07-14]
CHURCH OF SANTA COSTANZA, ROMEc. 350. View from ambulatory into rotunda. [Fig. 07-15]
SARCOPHAGUS OF CONSTANTINAc. 350. Porphyry, height 7'5" (2.26 m).Musei Vaticani, Vatican, Rome. [Fig. 07-16]
SARCOPHAGUS OF JUNIUS BASSUSGrottoes of St. Peter, Vatican, Rome. c. 359.Marble, 4' × 8' (1.2 × 2.4 m). [Fig. 07-17]
ORATORY OF GALLA PLACIDIAView from entrance, barrel-vaulted arms housing sarchophagi, lunette mosaic of the martyrdom of St. Lawrence. c. 425-426. [Fig. 07-19]
THE GOOD SHEPHERDLunette over the entrance, Oratory of Galla Placidia.c. 425-426. Mosaic. [Fig. 07-20]
SS. ONESIPHOROS AND PORPHYRIOS STANDING BEFORE AN ARCHITECTURAL BACKDROPMosaics on the interior of the dome of the church of St. George (formerly the mausoleum of Galerius). Thessaloniki, northern Greece. Rotunda 4th century; mosaics 5th century. [Fig. 07-21]