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[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]
[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]
[Basilica di Sant' Ambrogio, (Milan, Italy). Sarcophagus,
[Basilica di Sant' Ambrogio, (Milan, Italy). Sarcophagus, "City Gate" type: Christ on the Mount with Apostles. IV Century]
[Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine, (Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume, France). Sarcophagus]
[Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine, (Saint-Maximin-la-Sainte-Baume, France). Sarcophagus]
[Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, (Florence, Italy). Christian iconography: drawing of the communion of the Apostles, at the occasion of the Last Supper, from Rabula Gospel 586 A.D.]
[Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, (Florence, Italy). Christian iconography: drawing of the communion of the Apostles, at the occasion of the Last Supper, from Rabula Gospel 586 A.D.]
[Bibliotèque Nationale, (Paris, France). Byzantine Illuminatione from the Codex Sinopensis from Sinope: multiplication of loaves and fishes]
[Bibliotèque Nationale, (Paris, France). Byzantine Illuminatione from the Codex Sinopensis from Sinope: multiplication of loaves and fishes]
[Castello Sforzesco, (Milan, Italy). Antonio Allegri da Correggio: Madonna and Child with infant John]
[Castello Sforzesco, (Milan, Italy). Antonio Allegri da Correggio: Madonna and Child with infant John]
[Christian iconography: drawing of the Nativity from a metal ampulla in Monza. VI century]
[Christian iconography: drawing of the Nativity from a metal ampulla in Monza. VI century]
[Church of Santa Maria Maggiore. Reliefs from the dismembered ciborium of Cardinal Evangelista d'Estouteville attributed to Mino del Reame. Nativity scene, Baby Jesus (Rome, Italy)]
[Church of Santa Maria Maggiore. Reliefs from the dismembered ciborium of Cardinal Evangelista d'Estouteville attributed to Mino del Reame. Nativity scene, Baby Jesus (Rome, Italy)]
[Duomo di San Ciriaco, (Ancona, Italy). Sarcophagus of Flavius Gorgonius,
[Duomo di San Ciriaco, (Ancona, Italy). Sarcophagus of Flavius Gorgonius, "City Gate" type: Moses receiving the law, Deceased with Saint, Sacrifice of Isaac, Three Hebrews before Nebuchadnezzar, Christ on the Mount with Apostles. IV Century]
[Duomo, (Milan, Italy). Byzantine ivories]
[Duomo, (Milan, Italy). Byzantine ivories]
[Duomo, (Parma, Italy). Ascension, fresco, cupola]
[Duomo, (Parma, Italy). Ascension, fresco, cupola]
[Duomo, (Ravenna, Italy). Byzantine ivories: so-called
[Duomo, (Ravenna, Italy). Byzantine ivories: so-called "Maximian's chair". Scenes from the life of Joseph, nativity and Christ healing the blind. VI century]
[Duomo, (Spoleto, Italy). Alberto Sotio: Crucifix. XII century]
[Duomo, (Spoleto, Italy). Alberto Sotio: Crucifix. XII century]
[Galleria degli Uffizi, (Florence, Italy). Francesco Squarcione (?): Crucifixion, drawing]
[Galleria degli Uffizi, (Florence, Italy). Francesco Squarcione (?): Crucifixion, drawing]
[Galleria Estense, (Modena, Italy). Antonio Allegri da Correggio: Madonna and Child]
[Galleria Estense, (Modena, Italy). Antonio Allegri da Correggio: Madonna and Child]
[Gemäldegalerie, (Dresden, Germany). Antonio Allegri da Correggio: Nativity,
[Gemäldegalerie, (Dresden, Germany). Antonio Allegri da Correggio: Nativity, "The Night" so-called]
[Kaiser Friedrich Museum, (Berlin, Germany). Byzantine lead ampulla representing the Baptism of Christ. VI century]
[Kaiser Friedrich Museum, (Berlin, Germany). Byzantine lead ampulla representing the Baptism of Christ. VI century]
[Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum, now Bode-Museum, (Berlin, Germany). Byzantine ivories: diptych. Madonna and child on the right leaf and Christ between St. Peter and St. Paul on the left leaf. VI century]
[Kaiser-Friedrich-Museum, now Bode-Museum, (Berlin, Germany). Byzantine ivories: diptych. Madonna and child on the right leaf and Christ between St. Peter and St. Paul on the left leaf. VI century]
[Musée de l'Arles Antique, (Arles, France). Sarcophagus Isrlaelites crossing the red sea and sarcophagus Christ with apostles]
[Musée de l'Arles Antique, (Arles, France). Sarcophagus Isrlaelites crossing the red sea and sarcophagus Christ with apostles]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Byzantine ivories. Composite diptych: so-called
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Byzantine ivories. Composite diptych: so-called "Barberini diptych". Scenes with victories, warrior, mounted emperor and barbarians. VI century]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Jacopo Bellini: The Crucifixion, drawing no. 22, 23 from sketchbook]
[Musée du Louvre, (Paris, France). Jacopo Bellini: The Crucifixion, drawing no. 22, 23 from sketchbook]
[Musei Vaticani, Pinacoteca, (Vatican City). Raffaello Sanzio:
[Musei Vaticani, Pinacoteca, (Vatican City). Raffaello Sanzio: "Madonna da Foligno" with Sigismondo Conti as donor at right]
[Museo Archeologico Nazionale, (Naples, Italy). Pupil of and School of Antonio Allegri da Correggio: the dead Christ and sketch for a pietà]
[Museo Archeologico Nazionale, (Naples, Italy). Pupil of and School of Antonio Allegri da Correggio: the dead Christ and sketch for a pietà]
[Museo Civico, (Verona, Italy). Carlo Crivelli: Madonna and Child, XV century]
[Museo Civico, (Verona, Italy). Carlo Crivelli: Madonna and Child, XV century]

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