Santo Sepolcro, Bologna: exterior, view from Cortile di Pilato (orig. constructed as pagan temple dedicated to the cult of Isis, 1st century C.E.; ruins used to construct circular plan church, ca. 431-450; rebuilt as octagonal structure in 11th century)
Sarcophagus from the Vatican Necropolis, with Scenes from the Old and New Testaments: Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes (Christ Feeding the Multitude), detail of 6th [R.] niche panel, mid-4th century A.D.
Sarcophagus from the Vatican Necropolis, with Scenes from the Old and New Testaments: the Woman with a Flow of Blood healed by touching Christ’s robe, detail of 5th [RC.] niche panel, mid-4th century A.D.