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The Art of the Catacombs  

Fabrizio Bisconti

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Feb 2019
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The art of the catacombs was born in Rome between the second and third centuries and is manifested especially in the pictorial decorations of the cubicula and other hypogeal environments. ... More

Burials and Human Remains of the Eastern Mediterranean in Early Christian Context  

Sherry C. Fox and Paraskevi Tritsaroli

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Feb 2019
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This chapter examines the contribution of the contextual study of human skeletal remains of Early Christian burials in the eastern Mediterranean. Bioarchaeological studies of sites in ... More

The Catacombs  

Vincenzo Fiocchi Nicolai

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Feb 2019
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The Roman catacombs, dated to the early third century, are characterized by regular plans that made the best use of available space. In the late third and fourth centuries, the catacombs ... More

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