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#6140: Excavations: Agnus Dei Ashlar (11C)

Photo 6140: Excavations: Agnus Dei Ashlar (11C) - Bitonto Cathedral

Photo Details

Photo ID
6140
Date
2008-04-04
Location
Bitonto Cathedral
Description
Agnus Dei, the Lamb of God. Central ashlar of the reconstructed portal dubbed Arch A, dating from the late 11th century, in the museum of excavations beneath Bitonto Cathedral, Puglia, Italy. A total of 52 ashlars were discovered stacked beneath the right side of the nave; they originally formed three portals. Based on their style, they were probably made in a French workshop.
Camera
Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Resolution
4000 x 2667 px
File Size
8.07 MB
ISO
1600
Geotag
41.106305° N, 16.689767° E
Date Digitized
April 4, 2008
Date Uploaded
June 21, 2010
Credit
Holly Hayes