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Page 153 - Behold the lamb of God, behold him who taketh away the sins of the world; and that other: As many as have been baptized, have put on Christ.
Page 196 - Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I shall fear no evil: for thou art with me ; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
Page 213 - Ichthus from the spring, the great, the pure, which the spotless Virgin caught and ever puts before the Friends to eat; she has also delicious wine, and she offers wine mixed with water together with bread.
Page 213 - I, a citizen of an elect city, in my lifetime have erected this monument, to have where to place my body when time shall require it. " My name is Abercius, a disciple of the holy Shepherd who feeds his sheep upon the hills and plains, who has great Fio. 78. — Early Christian seals and rings, — the cross, the fish, the shepherd, the anchor, and the ship. eyes which see through all...
Page 412 - Greek Sculpture By ERNEST A. GARDNER, MA, Professor of Archaeology in University College, London. A comprehensive outline of our present knowledge of Greek sculpture, distinguishing the different schools and periods, and showing the development of each. This volume, fully illustrated, fills an important gap and is widely used as a textbook.
Page 37 - HANG RELIQVIT MEMORIAM SALVETE FRATRES PVRO CORDE ET SIMPLICI EVELPIVS VOS SATOS SANCTO SPIRITV ECLESIA FRATRVM HVNC RESTITVIT TITVLVM . M • A . I - SEVERIANI C . V . EX ING . ASTERI. According to this, a Christian, Evelpius,
Page 281 - There existed in the garden four sorts of trees. first, those which were " pleasant to the sight ; " second, those that were " good for food ; " third, " the tree of life which was in the midst of the garden ; " and fourth, " the tree of knowledge of good and evil.
Page 178 - Podgoritza (see p. 357), which groups together a considerable number of these subjects and accompanies some of them by inscriptions which seem like an echo of these ancient prayers. Schultze quotes as the Classical example a passage from the Apostolic Constitutions: 1 " He who raised Lazarus on the fourth day and the daughter of Jairus and the son of the widow, and rose also himself; who after three days brought forth Jonah living and unharmed from the belly of the whale, and the three children from...