Monuments of the Early Church

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Macmillan, 1901 - Christian antiquities - 432 pages
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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...
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