Index

PART I: Historical References
Adamaklissi, Dobruja, monument at 146
Aemilianus, Emperor 47
Ahriman 34-5
Ahuramazda 34-5
Aksum, Ethiopia123
Alahan, Isauria, monastery at 106, 137, 140, 142, 154-5, 169-72, 200-1
Alaric 17
Alba Fucens, civic basilica at 127
Alexander, Patriarch of Alexandria112
Alexandria45, 94, 104, 179, 187; Council of 113; Septuagint 93, 101
Anazarbus, Cilicia, churches at 141, 143
Anahita 34
Anastasius, Emperor 120
Anthemius of Tralles 145, 197, 199
Antioch 71, 104, 179, 187, 201; chalice 182-3;
Constantinian church at 147
Antoninus Pius, Emperor 42-3
Aphrodisias Caria, temple and church at 131
Aquilea 87, 99, 167
Arcadius, Emperor 168
Ardea, civic basilica at 127
Arius 111-13
Astarte 30, 34
Atargatis 88
Athanasius 112-14
Athenagoras, the Embassy of 43, 65
Athens, university of 130; church in stoa of Hadrian 153
Attila the Hun 120
Attis 30
Augustus, Emperor 37-8; mausoleum of 146
Aurelian. Emperor 28, 36, 49, 110
Avircius Marcellus, epitaph of 44-5, 60, 72, 91
Ayaş, seeElaeusa Sebaste
Ba'al 34
Baebia Hermophile, sarcophagus of 78, 96, 99
Bagaran, Armenia, cathedral at 152
Bakırköy, relief from 178
Balabolu, Isauria, sarcophagus at 175
Belenus 27
Bethlehem, Church of the Nativity at 136
Binkir Kilise, Lycaonia, churches at 141, 144
Bodrum, Cilicia,seeHieropolis Castabala
Bosra, Syria, cathedral at 151
Byzantium, seeConstantinople
Caecilia Metella, tomb of 146
Caecilianus, bishop of Carthage114-15
Caesarea Mazaca, Cappadocia, see of 122
Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester) 128
Callixtus, Catacomb of 65-6, 71, 89, 92, 96-7, 99-100, 102, 107
Candida Casa (Whithorn) 120
Canytela, Cilicia140
Cappadocia, school of theology in 113
Caracalla, Emperor 46; Baths of 146
Carausius, usurping Emperor 51
Carinus, Emperor 49
Carthage45, 71; Council of 115
Carus, Emperor 49
Celestine, Pope 117
Chalcedon, Oecumenical Council of111, 119-20, 123
China, Nestorian mission to 122
Christ, symbolic representations of; Good Shepherd 90-2, 158; Sun of Righteousness 93; Teacher 90
Cicilia48, 167, 171
Çirga, Isauria183-4
Claudianus, sarcophagus of 174
Claudius, Emperor 30, 37
Claudius Gothicus, Emperor 49, 51
Clement of Alexadria 46, 92
Coemeterium Maius96, 102, 159
Commodus, Emperor 43, 45
Constans, Emperor 112
Constantia, daughter of Constantine 156-7
Constantine I, Emperor 49, 54-7, 79, 84, 108-10, 125, 134-5, 137; arch of 106, 173- 4; colossal statue of 168

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