AHIS BC 1001x Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Torah Ark, Western Roman Empire, Late Antiquity

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Arch of titus, rome, roman, c. 81 ce. Spoils from the roman temple in jerusalem, arch of titus, roman, c. 81 ce. Ark of the covenant and menorahs, villa torlonia catacomb, rome, late antique, 200s ce. Stone carved is usually tufa (soft=large extensive underground networks) Two menorahs frame a tabernacle (shrine with pedimented roof) that has the covenant (agreement or set of laws that judaism will be built upon) in the middle. Gold glass with torah ark, menorahs, shofar, late antique, c. 300-350 ce (rome?) Wall with torah niche (reconstruction), house-synagogue, dura-europos, late antique, c. 244-245 ce. City is abandoned in 256 ce, but synagogue preserved. Crossing of the red sea, house-synagogue, dura-europos, late antique, c. 244-245 ce. Moses parting the red scene, egyptian army being held back. Temple of aaron, house-synagogue, dura-europos, late antique, c. 244-245 ce. Soldier from pharoah"s army (cid:321)left(cid:322) and mariam playing the tymbrel (cid:321)right(cid:322) in celebration. Drapery 3d, modeled and shaded but also weirdly flat.

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