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Separation of Sheep and Goats

Date:
early 20th century (original dated early 6th century)
Culture:
Byzantine
Medium:
Tesserae, glass in wooden frame
Dimensions:
Overall: 41 x 57 1/2 x 2in. (104.1 x 146.1 x 5.1cm)
Overall (weight): 122lb. (55.3kg)
Classification:
Reproductions-Mosaics
Credit Line:
Johnston Fund, 1924
Accession Number:
24.144.4
Not on view
Johnston Fund, 1924
The Dark Ages: Loan Exhibition of Pagan and Christian Art in the Latin West and Byzantine East. Worcester, Mass.: Worcester Art Museum, 1937. no. 17, p. 22.

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