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APOCICON



                  John the Evangelist Leaves His Betrothed and Rests on the Bosom of Christ

                  Admont, Stiftsbibliothek, lat. 289, Anselmus, "Meditationes et Orationes," fol. 56ro.

Photo: Cartlidge, by permission of the Stiftsbibliothek.


A DATABASE OF ART PARALLELED IN EARLY CHRISTIAN APOCRYPHA and IN OTHER EXTRA-CANONICAL LITERATURE

                  Compiled by David R. Cartlidge,

          Beeson Professor Emeritus

          Maryville College, Maryville, TN

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and to

INVENTORY OF BIBLICAL SCENES

ON

PRE-CONSTANTINIAN

CHRISTIAN ART


John Dominic Crossan

Professor Emeritus

DePaul University

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Welcome to two databases of Christian Art.  


APOCICON is dedicated to art which parallels early Christian Apocrypha; that is, most of its entries are for non-Biblical traditions from the early church..  


INVENTORY is of Biblical Scenes in Pre-Constantinian (ante pacem) Christian Art.  


Professor Cartlidge would appreciate your report of errors and difficulties in your use of these databases.  The material is for your use, but we expect that use of the databases will honor the standard norms of academic integrity.


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