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[Abbazia di San Colombano (Bobbio, Italy). Byzantine lead ampulla: Holy woman at the tomb, Crucifixion, angel guarding the tomb and exaltation of the cross. VII century]
[Abbazia di San Colombano (Bobbio, Italy). Medallion of wood composition with St. Simon Stylites. VII century]
[Basilica di San Giovanni Battista, (Monza, Italy). Byzantine lead ampullae representing Doubting Thomas, Crucifixion and Holy Women at the tomb, Adoration of the Magi, Ascension, the Apostles. VI century]
[Biblioteca Apostolica, (Vatican City). Byzantine illumination from the "Christian Topography of Cosmas Indicopleustes" (Cod.Vat.gr.699): sacrifice of Isaac. IX century]
[Biblioteca Apostolica, (Vatican City). Byzantine illuminations from the "Christian Topography of Cosmas Indicopleustes"]
[Biblioteca Laurenziana, (Florence, Italy). Byzantine illumination from the "Rabula Gospel": Ascension and Crucifixion. VI century]
[Bibliothèque Nationale, (Paris, France). Byzantine and roman ivories: consular diptych leaves of Flavius Probus Magnus, 518 A.D. and Flavius Felix 428 A.D.]
[Bibliothèque Nationale, (Paris, France). Byzantine illumination from the Old Testament representing Joel, Bibl. Nat. Syr. 341. VII century]
[Bibliothèque Nationale, (Paris, France). Byzantine ivories: consular diptych of Flavius Paulus Probus Pompeius Anastasius, 517 A.D.]
[Bibliotèque Nationale, (Paris, France). Byzantine Illuminatione from the Codex Sinopensis from Sinope: multiplication of loaves and fishes]
[Bode-Museum, (Berlin, Germany). Hellenistic and Byzantine sculptures: terracotta figurine and relief of Peter and Christ]
[British Museum, (London, England). Byzantine ivories: panel representing Adoration of the Magi and Nativity. VI century]
[Duomo, (Rossano, Italy). Byzantine illumination from the Codex Rossanensis: Entry into Jerusalem. VI century]
[Duomo, (Rossano, Italy). Byzantine illumination from the Codex Rossanensis: Raising of Lazarus, compared to illumination from "Rabula Gospel" with holy women at the tomb, in Biblioteca Laurenziana, Florence. VI century]
[Kaiser Friedrich Museum, (Berlin, Germany). Byzantine ivories: consular diptych of Justinus, ca. 540 A.D.]
[Kaiser Friedrich Museum, (Berlin, Germany). Byzantine lead ampulla representing the Baptism of Christ. VI century]
[National Museum, (Liverpool, England). Byzantine bone carvings: consular diptych of Flavius Probus Magnus, 518 A.D.]
[Scala Santa in Laterano, Sancta Sanctorum chapel (Rome, Italy). Reliquary box of cedar wood painted on a gold ground. Holy Women at the tomb, Ascension, Crucifixion, Nativity, Baptism of Christ]