Difference between revisions of "International Catacomb Society Image Archive"

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* (behind paywall): http://www.catacombsociety.org/ics-image-archive/
 
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==Description==
 
==Description==
  
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(from website, consulted 2020-11-14)
:The archive of the International Catacomb Society contains approximately 5,000 photographic images, which are completely digitized and cataloged in a searchable database. The strengths of the archive include the Jewish catacombs of Rome, epigraphy from the catacombs, and early Christian and Jewish iconography.
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At present, the archives of the International Catacomb Society contain approximately 5,000 photographic images, which are completely digitized and cataloged in an online database. The strengths of the DAPICS collection include the Jewish catacombs of Rome, epigraphy from the catacombs, early Christian churches in Rome, and early Christian and Jewish iconography. DAPICS hosts a complete set of color images from Joseph Wilpert's <i>Le pitture delle catacombe romane</i> (1903) and selections from private collections generously donated to DAPICS, and, for the most part, unpublished and unique.
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Latest revision as of 16:50, 14 November 2020

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Description

(from website, consulted 2020-11-14)

At present, the archives of the International Catacomb Society contain approximately 5,000 photographic images, which are completely digitized and cataloged in an online database. The strengths of the DAPICS collection include the Jewish catacombs of Rome, epigraphy from the catacombs, early Christian churches in Rome, and early Christian and Jewish iconography. DAPICS hosts a complete set of color images from Joseph Wilpert's Le pitture delle catacombe romane (1903) and selections from private collections generously donated to DAPICS, and, for the most part, unpublished and unique.