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English: Image of part of the fresco at the Dura-Europos synagogue. This image, illustrating a scene from the Book of Esther, was taken from Goodenough, Erwin Ramsdell () [] Jewish Symbols in the Greco-Roman Period, Category:New York: Pantheon Books A complete copy of the fresco is on display at the History of Art Department at Yale University.
Ελληνικά: Ανακατασκευή τοιχογραφίας (Συρία) από τις ανασκαφές του Γέηλ 1928-37 σε αρχαία βυζαντινή πόλη. Απεικόνιση: Σκηνές από το Βιβλίο της Εσθήρ.
Date circa 244
Source http://www.library.yale.edu/exhibition/judaica/jcsml.2.html
Author Unknown authorUnknown author
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current19:39, 20 February 2011Thumbnail for version as of 19:39, 20 February 2011716 × 464 (307 KB)Richard Arthur Norton (1958- )Adjust plus resave
19:29, 20 February 2011Thumbnail for version as of 19:29, 20 February 2011716 × 464 (339 KB)Richard Arthur Norton (1958- )Adjusted
08:07, 3 October 2006Thumbnail for version as of 08:07, 3 October 2006716 × 464 (261 KB)Udimu{{PD-art}} the Dura-Europos (Syria) wall paintings and artifacts. Between 1928 and 1937 Yale participated in the excavation of the ancient Byzantine city. As a result of its work there, Yale has a complete copy of the reconstructed Dura-Europos fresco fro
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