Peces flanqueando un ancla en la Estela de Licinia Amias, S III d.C. Roma, Termas de Diocleciano
Ancient Roman Cemetery Discovered Beneath Parking Lot
Ancient Roman Cemetery Discovered Beneath Parking Lot. A ring on the remains found in the Christian burial was etched with "IX," which could be the early Christian symbol from the initials of Jesus Christ in Greek, known as Iota-Chi, or IX.
Muy misterioso museo en Ica, Peru.the-misterios del museo de piedra del Dr. Cabrera en Ica Perú
Dr. Mike Morwood and a team of archaeologists found the bones of a an adult woman who was only 3-feet-tall and had a brain the size of a grapefruit. Dr. Morwood's group determined that this was, in fact, a new species of Homo sapien, which they called Homo floresiensis. Because of their size they became known as "Hobbits." Dr. Morwood died on July 23, 2013 at the age of 62.
Stele of Maris, eques in the ala Parthorum et Araborum (AE 1959, 188). Early 1st century AD. Landesmuseum Mainz
Painting in the Early-Christian catacomb of San Callisto (Saint Calixte Catacomb), 3rd century.
The first Christians adopted the fish as a symbol as shown in the Roman catacombs. IKHTHUS means fish in Greek, and can be interpreted as Iêsus KHristos THéou Uios Sôter, i.e. Jesus-Christ, son of the God Saviour.
Funerary plaque with Christian Symbols (marble). Paleo-Christian. Catacombs of San Callisto, Rome, Italy
Early Christian funerary art from the Roman catacombs depicting the good shepherd 3rd-5th century CE #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola