Sarcophagus of Drausin.
 
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Title:Sarcophagus of Drausin
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"I am the Alpha and the Omega," provided symbolism for the early church as appears on this 3rd-4th century sarcophagus now in the Louvre in Paris. The monogram of Christ stands at the center, with the alpha to the left and the omega to the right. Surrounding it are the vines and branches, furthering the message of life in Christ. Fittingly, the stone burial container is decorated with a strong theological statement of life beginning with faith in Christ and ending with eternal life through him.

Date:3rd-4th centuries
Building:Louvre
City/Town:Paris
Country:France

Scripture:John 15:1-8
Revelation 1:4-8
Revelation 22:12-14, 16-17, 20-21
Isaiah 44:6-8
Lectionary links:BEast05
BRegn
CEast07
AProp11
General Subject:Alpha and omega
Vine

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Record Number:57471 Last Updated: 2022-02-15 15:04:22 Record Created: 2020-04-01 16:57:17
Institution:Vanderbilt University Unit: Collection: Art in the Christian Tradition