|Contributors:||Deligiannakis, Georgios||Title:||Early Christian barrel-vaulted burial chamber with Christian dipinti on the inside wall; Palatia, Saria island, Dodecanese||Start date:||300||End date:||699||Historical Period:||Early Byzantine/Late Antique Period||Description:||
Early Christian barrel-vaulted burial chamber with porch; on the weathered surface of the stucco of the wall opposite to the entrance traces of red-painted dipinti of Christian character: two or three Christian crosses with flaring arms and a christogram. Below the vertical arm of one of these crosses the soteriological letters Alpha and Omega are suspended and further below with large letters the Christian acronym ΧΜΓ (Christon Maria genna = ‘Mary gives birth to Christ’); birds.
|Place:||Árgos, Greece||Languages:||Greek, Ancient (to 1453)||Medium:||hydraulic mortar
brick (clay material)
|Project:||BYZART Project||Fond:||OUC Georgios Deligiannakis Archive||Physical type:||barrel vaults
|Data provider:||Open University of Cyprus||License:||All rights reserved||Rights holder:||Open University of Cyprus|
|Appears in Collections:||BYZART|
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