Category Archives: Early Christian Art

Ancient Cave Linked to Early Christians in Jordan

Archeologist have discovered a cave underneath the world’s oldest church, St. George Church. This cave dates back to 33-70 AD and is believed to be used as a church by 70 disciples of Jesus after the death of Jesus Christ … Continue reading

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Earliest known images of apostles discovered with latest technological advances

The catacombs of Rome which had heretofore been a treasure trove of art and architecture continue to impress with the most recent discovery of archaeologists.  Within a room that was known to the scientific community but before had not been … Continue reading

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Oldest Surviving Christian Inscription Identified

Researchers have recently identified the world’s oldest surviving Christian inscription. The carved stone, officially named “NCE 156,” is written in Greek and dates all the way back to the second century, at the height of the Roman Empire. The only … Continue reading

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