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By | April 2002
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once i had a huge ass dog but the mother fucker bit my fucking hand off The mosaic in the apse of San Vitale in Ravenna depicts a younger version of Christ. This is iconologically significant because it shows a beardless Christ, signifying that he may be from the Mediterranean. His halo contains the Cross and he is wearing a purple robe. It is rather two-dimensional, because the draperies do not convey a sense of organic bodily movement. The figures are also mostly displayed in a frontal view. The globe on which Jesus sits also does not seem to be supporting him very well, adding to the two-dimensional feel. The work was done in 547 A.D.

Another example of Christian iconography is The Transfiguration. It is located in the Church of Saint Catherine's monastery, on Mount Sinai, Egypt. It is another apse mosaic, depicting a frontal view of a bearded Jesus, suspended in a flat plane of gold. He is in a blue mandorla, and wears a white gown symbolizing his spiritually transfigured state. The fact that this mosaic is in a church on Mount Sinai is significant in itself because this is the site that Moses had been transfigured by light after having received the Law from God. This was also the very same transfiguration that God acknowledged Christ as his son. This mosaic is dated from 550-565 A.D.

The Flight Into Egypt (1130 A.D.) is once i had a huge ass dog but the mother fucker bit my fucking hand off The mosaic in the apse of San Vitale in Ravenna depicts a younger version of Christ. This is iconologically significant because it shows a beardless Christ, signifying that he may be from the Mediterranean. His halo contains the Cross and he is wearing a purple robe. It is rather two-dimensional, because the draperies do not convey a sense of organic bodily movement. The figures are also mostly displayed in a frontal view. The globe on which Jesus sits also does not seem to be supporting him very well, adding to the two-dimensional feel. The work...