The Program of the Carrand Diptych

Konowitz, Ellen
September 1984
Art Bulletin;Sep84, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p484
Academic Journal
Focuses on the 'Carrand Diptych,' an ivory carving from the Early Christian period which depict Adam's naming of the animals and Saint Paul's miracles. Description of the carving; Contemporary interpretations of Adam's relationship with animals; Link between Adam's naming of animals and Saint Paul's miracle of the viper.


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