The Sacrifice of Isaac: The Aqedah (Genesis 22) and Its Interpretations

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Abraham's Sacrifice in Early Jewish and Early Christian Art
E. van den Brink

1. San Callisto catacomb, Rome, c. 200 (André Grabar, Christian Iconography, Princeton NJ 1980, no. 238)

2. Via Latina catacomb, Rome, c. 350 (Id., no. 239)

3. Doura Europos, synagogue, upper panel of Tora-shrine, 244 (Id. no. 20)

4. Beth Alpha, synagogue, floor mosaic, c. 525 (Rachel Hachlili, Ancient Jewish Art and Archaeology in the Land of Israel, Leiden 1988, no. 64)

5. Podgoritza patera, Petersburg, Ermitage Oo 73, after 300 (Alice Bank, Byzantine Art in the Collections of Soviet Museums, New York/ Leningrad 1977, no. 26)

6. Passion sarcophagus, Rome, Museo Pio Cristiano, rep. 42, c. 325 (F.W. Deichmann, ed., Repertorium der christlich-antiken Sarkophage, Erster Band, Rom und Ostia, Tafelband, Wiesbaden 1967, no. 42)

7. Brethren sarcophagus, detail, Rome, Museo Pio Cristiano, rep 45, c. 325 (Id., no. 45)

8. Ravenna, San Vitale, north wall of sanctuary, 547 (F.W. Deichmann, Frühchristliche Bauten und Mosaiken von Ravenna, Baden-Baden 1958, no. 327)

9. Ravenna, San Apollinare in Classe, south wall of apse, c. 675 (Id., no. 407)

10. San Pedro de la Nave near Zamora, capital of sanctuary, after 650 (J. Hubert, J. Porcher, F.W. Volbach, L'Europe des invasions, Paris 1967, 87)


Three Italian Sacrifices: Lorenzo Ghiberti, Andrea Del Sarto,
Michelangelo Merisi Da Caravaggio
J.L. de Jong

1. Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, c. 359, Rome, Vatican Museums

2. Abraham and Isaac, Christ Carrying the Cross; The Widow of Sarefta;

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