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    Adoration of the shepherds, in the background Saint Francis of Assisi Canvas, 258 x 189 cm Inv. 753

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    Romanized Christ as Good Shepherd. Fresco

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    Mosaic showing Abel sacrificing a lamb and Melchizedek, Priest-King of Salem, sacrificing bread. 6th century CE; Presbytery of San Vitale Basilica, Ravenna

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    Water, corn growing from water, sheep, men bearing gifts, and the Goddess Inanna (Innin). five rows of limestone bas-reliefs on the Warka-Vase, a cult vase from Uruk, Mesopotamia (Iraq).


    The Uruk Trough, from Uruk (Warka,Iraq), Late Prehistoric period (3300-3000 BCE). The carving on the side shows a procession of sheep approaching a reed hut and two lambs emerging. It may have been a cult object in the temple of Inanna (Ishtar), the Sumerian goddess of love and fertility.A bundle of reeds (Inanna's symbol) project from the hut and at the edges of the scene. ANE, 120000 (1928-7-14,1)

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    Clay model of a sheep's liver (used by experts in divination). Old Babylonian, about 1900-1600 BCE Probably from Sippar, southern Iraq. Length: 14.6 cm Width: 14.6 cm ANE 92668 The Babylonians believed that the world was controlled by gods and that they could give indications of coming events. One of the most widespread means of prediction was the liver omen, in which a sheep was killed and its liver and lungs examined by a specialist priest, the baru. He would ask a particular question and the answer would be supplied by the interpretation of individual markings or overall shape of the liver and lungs. One could then take steps to avoid danger. On this model each box describes the implications of a blemish appearing at this position. Earlier model livers are known from the site of Mari on the Euphrates. We know from ancient texts that the baru was one of the most important scholars in Mesopotamia. He had to be the descendant of a free man and healthy in body and mind. The baru played an important part in decision making at all levels but particularly where the king was concerned. No military campaign, building work, appointment of an official, or matters of the king's health would be undertaken without consulting the baru.


    Saint Catherine's altar, triptych on lime wood (1506). Left panel: Saint Dorothy receiving roses from a young boy, Saint Agnes with the lamb, and Saint Kunigunde with the ploughshare. Saint's day: 21 January


    Market scene, around 1580-1585 Canvas, 125 x 280 cm Inv.4319


    Les charmes de la vie champetre - the delights of life in the country. Canvas, 100 x 146 cm INV. 2726


    The Adoration of the Shepherds, 1655-1660 Canvas,187 x 223 cm Inv.961

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    Cybele et les saisons ou allegorie du monde terrestre - Cybele and the seasons, or allegory of life on earth. Around 1635. Copper,88 x 103 cm Depot du Louvre,Inv.14

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    The Good Shepherd with staff and sheep. Mosaic (mid 5th)


    Earth, allegory, 1570 Wood, 70,2 x 48,7 cm


    Scenes from rustic life 1578; Afghanistan, Herat brown ink with heightened brown, black, white and gold; 26cm x 15,70cm OA 7111


    "Je Su, the Pig, is put to death", propaganda against the foreigners. Chinese woodblock print. Qing dynasty, 19th century CE. From the Church Missionary Society Archives.


    Tablet in Sumerian writing: numbers of goats and sheep. Around 2350 BCE AO 13456


    The Good Shepherd and two angels. Mosaic (6th)


    God rebukes Adam and Eve. Wood.


    Apollo among the shepherds. Oil on canvas (1806-1808) 178.5 x 232 cm Inv. 701

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    The shepherd with his staff. Detail of "The Good Shepherd" (15-03-02/56) Mosaic (mid 5th)


    Saint John Baptist.


    La nuit - night,from the triptych L'Age d'Or - the Golden Age. Center panel. Canvas, 117,5 x 117,5 cm R.F.1493


    Agnus Pascalis, the symbolic Easter Lamb. Man with a Jews' hat taking the lamb into the synagogue. From the Verdun Altar. Enamel plaque in champleve technique on gilded copper (begun 1181)


    Christ giving the word of God to Saint Peter and Paul. Lunette mosaic; 5-6th century CE


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