Christ the Good Shepherd

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“This quaint, rude figure, found in an early Christian tomb in Asia Minor, dates probably from the beginning of the third century. It is the oldest known statue of Christ. He wears the coarse garb of an Oriental peasant; his countenance is gentle and thoughtful; on his broad shoulders rests a lamb."—Webster, 1913


Webster, Hutton Ancient History (Boston, MA: D.C. Heath & Co., 1913)


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