Miziołek, Jerzy
Sol verus — Wrocław [u.a.], 1991

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

FRONTISPIECE:

The Transfiguration, mosaic in the apse of the Basilica at Mount Sinai, mid 6th cent.
(fragment)

DRAWINGS:

1. Angler, mosaic on the north wali of the Julii's Tomb beneath the Vatican Basilica,
beginning of 4th cent. (from E. Kirschbaum, Lesfouilles de Saint Plerre de Rome)

2. Jonah swallowed by Ketos, mosaic on the east wali of the Julii Tomb beneath the
Vatican Basilica, beginning of 4th cent. (from E. Kirschbaum, Les fouilles de Saint
Pierre de Rome)

3. Helios (The Colossus of Rhodes?), amphora stamp from Sinope, 3rd cent. BC (from
Z. Sztetyłlo, Quelques problemes relatifs d 1'iconographie des timbre amphoriąues)

4. Drawing made for Peiresc, 1607/8, Ms 1791, Carpentras, Bibliotheąue Municipale
(from Stephany, Die Bilder aus Aachen)

5. Oil lamp from Selinunte (Selinus), 4th or 5th cent. (from F. J. Dólger, Lumen Christi)

6. Alexander the Great as Hercules, contorniate, 4th cent., Musei Yaticani (from
M. Schapiro, Notes on Castelseprio)

1. The Palestinian ampulae, 6th cent., Monza, Cathedral treasury (from Ch. Ihm, Die
Programme der christlichen Apsismalerei)

PHOTOGRAPHS:

1. Sol in chariot, detail of a tapestry, 12th cent., Gerona, Cathedral treasury (from
Tesori darte cristiana, t. 1)

2. Interior of the Tomb of the Julii beneath the Vatican Basilica, beginning of 4th cent.
(from postcard)

3. The vault of the Tomb of the Julii beneath the Vatican Basilica, beginning of 4th cent.
(from postcard)

4. Silver plate from Kertch, first half of 4th cent., Leningrad, Hermitage (from Age of
Spirituality. Catalogue)

5. Ceiling painting, 4thcent., Naples, Catacomb of S. Gennaro (from U. M. Fasola, Le
catacombe di S. Gennaro)

6. Fragment of a marble column, ca 400 ?, Istambuł, Archeological Museum (from
V. F. Volbach, Early Christian Art)

7. Helios in chariot. Red-figure krater, 5th cent. BC, London, British Museum (from
A. G. Roth, Die Gestirne in der Landschaftsmalerei)

8. Helios in chariot. Red-figure krater from Apulia, 4th cent. BC, Boston, Museum of ■
Fine Arts (from K. Papaioannou, Lart grec)

9. Helios in chariot. Metope from the Tempie of Athene at Troy (Illion Novum), ca 280
BC, Berlin, Staatliche Museen (from B. Mills Holden, The Metopes of the Athena
Tempel at Illion)

10. Sol in chariot. Floor mosaic from Bosceaz bei Orbe, first half of 3rd cent. (from
Th. Kraus, Das rómische Weltreich)

11. Ara Casali, lst cent., Musei Vaticani (from P. Gusman, L'art decoratif de Roma)

12 Drawing of a vault decoration from Hadrian villa at Tivoli (from K. Lehmann, The
Dome of Heaveń) v

13 Licinius [9] in chariot. Cameo, first half of 4th cent., Paris, Bibliotheąue Nationale,
Cabinet des Medailles (from Th. Kraus, Das rómische Weltreich)

14 Child's sarcophagus, detail, 3rd cent., Rome, Musei Capitolini (from G. Koch,
H. Sichtermann, Rómische Sarkophage)
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