Italy's Catacombs Documented

March 1984
Archaeology;Mar/Apr84, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p82
Explains that the exhibition "Vaults of Memory" at the United States National Academy of Science displays photographs of catacombs in Italy. Documented by the International Catacomb Society based in Boston, Massachusetts; Inscriptions and decoration; Secret underground Christian burial places; Judeo-Christian symbols; Casts of inscriptions recovered from a Jewish catacomb in Rome.


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