Byzantine Sarcophagus from the Imperial Cemetery

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Rome and Byzantium
by Hagia Sophia Research Team
published on 13 January 2018
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Sarcophagus from the imperial cemetery beside the Church of the Holy Apostles. Material: Marble. Period: Early Byzantine; circa early 5th century CE. Findspot: Sariguzel/Fatih, Istanbul. (Istanbul Archaeological Museums)

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Team, H. S. R. (2018, January 13). Byzantine Sarcophagus from the Imperial Cemetery. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/7902/byzantine-sarcophagus-from-the-imperial-cemetery/

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