Ivory Carving of the Nativity, Constantinople region.
 
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Title:Ivory Carving of the Nativity, Constantinople region
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Date:10th-11th century
Building:Vatican Museums
Object/Function:Carving
City/Town:Vatican City
Country:Vatican City

Scripture:Luke 2:(1-7), 8-20
Luke 2:15-21
Lectionary links:BHNam
BNatv01
General Subject:Nativity
Shepherd

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Record Number:57461 Last Updated: 2020-04-16 09:25:36 Record Created: 2020-03-31 13:36:55
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