245Re: [Megalopotamia] Re: Byzantine-era Christian Prayer "box"
- Nov 1, 2011Just so crazy how small it is (approx 1x2cm). Even doubling the scale of the box will still be difficult to recreate and paint. I might attempt something at 3 times the scale however.Also would be interesting to be able to know the whole story. Who did it belong to (clergy types or devout believer?) and how common of an object was it. Also did it belong to something larger (a pouch to carry in or did it fit into something larger ie keys to fit in a box) And then how did ultimately end up where it was found- was it dropped by accident?RohesiaOn Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 2:00 PM, J. C. Smith ispán <JSmithCSA@...> wrote:I agree. That's really interesting!Badui;aJEFFREY C. SMITH Ispán"I contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle." -- Winston ChurchillFrom: Sandra Rangel <arwynn16@...>
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