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In São João Ovar Cemetery Resurrection tile panel of Jesus Christ

In São João Ovar Cemetery Resurrection tile panel of Jesus Christ

Place of origin: Stoke, England (made)  Date: 1882-1890 (made)  Artist/Maker: Campbell Tile Company (maker)  Materials and Techniques: Earthenware, with inlaid decoration (encaustic)

Place of origin: Stoke, England (made) Date: 1882-1890 (made) Artist/Maker: Campbell Tile Company (maker) Materials and Techniques: Earthenware, with inlaid decoration (encaustic)

Christ as a self portraitist

Christ as a self portraitist

A fragment of an ancient Roman pottery roofing tile with the stamp of the Roman army's Tenth Legion, 'LEG X F', and its symbols, a wild boar and battleship. (The Israel Museum)

A fragment of an ancient Roman pottery roofing tile with the stamp of the Roman army's Tenth Legion, 'LEG X F', and its symbols, a wild boar and battleship. (The Israel Museum)

the Pelican in her Piety -- as this common Christian emblem is known.According to a belief popularised by the Bestiary, the pelican wounded its own breast in order to nourish its chicks on its blood, it thus became a 'type' of Christ's sacrifice for humanity. Swiss, 1350s. c/o Schweizerisches Landesmuseum, Zurich

the Pelican in her Piety -- as this common Christian emblem is known.According to a belief popularised by the Bestiary, the pelican wounded its own breast in order to nourish its chicks on its blood, it thus became a 'type' of Christ's sacrifice for humanity. Swiss, 1350s. c/o Schweizerisches Landesmuseum, Zurich

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