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Historical Archive: Abraham and Isaac (Genesis 22)


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banded agate intaglio, Sasanian (3rd-7th c.), CdM Chab. 1330
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sarcophagus from the Mausoleum of the Anicii, marble, c.390-400, Louvre MR 688, 753, 806. This work has its own page.
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Ravenna, Church of San Vitale, 527-48. This work has its own interior and exterior pages.
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limestone relief, 6th to 7th c., Pushkin
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ivory with Genesis scenes, Spain, late 11th or 9th/early 10th c., Hermitage Ф-2, which has its own page
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Lisbjerg Altar frontal/retable/arch c.1135-50, gilded copper, NMD D287. This work has its own page.
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Abraham and Isaac capital from Notre-Dame-de-la-Couldre, Parthenay, limestone, mid 12th c., Louvre R.F. 1848
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Abraham and Isaac capital from Notre-Dame-de-la-Couldre, Parthenay, limestone, mid 12th c., Louvre R.F. 1848
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offerings of Melchisadek and Abel, Abraham and Isaac, Moses with bronze serpent: Stavelot altar, gilt bronze with enamel and rock crystal, c.1150-60, MRAH 1590. This work has its own page.
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John the Baptist, David, Moses, and Abraham and Isaac: Maastricht, St. Servatius, 13th c. portal with 19th c. polychrome. For contiguous images see Servatius.
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left center: Kloster Wienhausen nuns' choir, painted c.1335, which has its own page
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Major Sakkos of Photius, Byzantine 1408-31, Armory TK-4, which has its own page
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Major Sakkos of Photius, Byzantine 1408-31, Armory TK-4, which has its own page
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Major Sakkos of Photius, Byzantine 1408-31, Armory TK-4, which has its own page