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This chapter presents a list of plates with relevant to the discussion on wall paintings, and ancient arts of Rome. It includes Mosaic with doves on a basin of water. Roman Imperial, ca. 125CE. From Hadrian's Villa. Capitoline Museum, Rome, Bronze pinecone from the atrium of Old Saint Peter's, ca. 2nd century CE. Vatican, Cortile della Pigna, African red slip ware (ARS) bowl with the Sacrifice of Isaac, 350-430CE. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1989. 690. Benjamin and Lucy Rowland Fund, Alexandria, Serapeion: sphinx by the column of Diocletian, Mosaic of Ambrose, Milan, late 5th or early 6th century. Chapel of St. Victor attached to Sant'Ambrogio, Epigraphic distribution of martyr cults in North Africa, from Yvette Duval, Loca Sanctorum and Monogrammatic cross in sky, mosaic, ca. 400CE. Baptistery, Naples.

Keywords: African red slip ware (ARS) bowl; Ambrose; Capitoline museum; Rome



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