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- Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture VII: The Gospel of St. John
- death and resurrection. The disciple spent three days in a sarcophagus
- Title: History of Art: Lecture 11: Fourth and Fifth Post-Atlantean Epochs, Medieval Art in the Middle, West, and South of Europe
- For the sarcophagus however, you will have to think of it somewhere
- Title: History of Art: Lecture 12: Greek and Early Christian Art, Symbolic Signs, the Mystery of Gold
- on the sarcophagus, and generally in the plastic work which we find
- there. To give to the dead whose remains rested inside the sarcophagus,
- on the sarcophagus. To study the art of the sarcophagus in the early
- there, where it shows its reality, on the sarcophagus, to bring it together
- a sarcophagus of the early christian centuries.
- 4. Sarcophagus of a married couple in the Lateran Museum,
- portraits of the couple for whom the sarcophagus is made; then, above each
- 4a. Sarcophagus. 4th century
- together the figures on a sarcophagus is an example of how the whole
- ones, in other such motifs, so for instance in the third sarcophagus:
- 5. Sarcophagus , in Ravenna
- of composition, this Sarcophagus-Motif is the same as the previous one.
- 6. Sarcophagus, in Ravenna
- next Sarcophagus motif:
- 7. Sarcophagus, in the Lateran-Museum
- sarcophagus out of the grave of Galla Placidia.
- 8. Sarcophagus, in Ravenna
- to support Christianity. And all this is the art of the sarcophagus.
- 9. Sarcophagus, in Ravenna
- of Bread” Sarcophagus, in the museum at Arles
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- Title: History of Art: Lecture XII: Greek and Early Christian Art, Symbolic Signs, the Mystery of Gold
- sarcophagus, are linked to the Mystery of the Dead, this was a
- depicted on the walls of the sarcophagus. To study the
- sarcophagus art of the first Christian centuries in particular,
- shows itself in reality: with the sarcophagus, expressed
- we see for example the sarcophagus of the early Christian
- Sarcophagus of a married couple, Lateran Museum, out of the
- the centre is the married couple to which the sarcophagus is
- we have for example a sarcophagus configuration, an extraction
- see quite different things in the following sarcophagus.
- Sarcophagus, 4th Century, back section of the Exarch
- The other longitudinal side of the sarcophagus of 666, in
- us look at the next sarcophagus motif:
- following motif is from the sarcophagus of the grave of Galla
- Sarcophagus in Ravenna, Mausoleum.
- Christianity. All that comes as sarcophagus art.
- Sarcophagus in Ravenna, Saint Apollinaire in Classe.
- Sarcophagus front angle, 4th Century (Museum of
- following is not a sarcophagus motif but is an ivory
- Sarcophagus of the holy Rinaldus, the narrow side of 664
- Title: History of Art: Lecture VIII: Raphael and the Northern Artists
- for a point from which these figures with the sarcophagus (for so we
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