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Early Christian Terracotta Representing A Deer

Early Christian Terracotta Representing A Deer

This image features a closeup view of an ancient Early Christian terracotta representation of a deer from the 3rd century A.D. The terracotta is in a dark beige color and appears to be cracked and broken, bearing the marks of considerable age and wear. The deer, created in dark brown, is the focal point of the terracotta. This artifact provides a glimpse into the early Christian period, showcasing the artistic skills and cultural significance of the time. The depiction of a deer in this terracotta may carry symbolic or religious connotations relevant to Early Christian beliefs and practices. Despite its age and damage, this terracotta piece is a valuable archaeological find that offers a tangible link to the past and the artistry of the era.

Image ID#: 28939 / Category: Religion, Arts / Price: 499$
Early Christian Terracotta Representing A Deer
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