Cast of a sarcophagus with Traditio Legis in the Vatican Grottoes. Right side: Peter baptises his warders; Healing by Christ of the woman with the issue of blood
Original (inv. 174): marble, c. 350—375 CE.
Inv. No. 31528 (ex XXV).
Rome, Vatican Museums, Pio-Christian Museum Photo by Sergey Sosnovskiy

Cast of a sarcophagus with Traditio Legis in the Vatican Grottoes. Right side: Peter baptises his warders; Healing by Christ of the woman with the issue of blood.

Original (inv. 174): marble, c. 350—375 CE.
Inv. No. 31528 (ex XXV).

Rome, Vatican Museums, Pio-Christian Museum
(Musei Vaticani, Museo Pio Cristiano)

Origin:
The original, which was found in the Vatican Necropolis (1585-1590), came in 1854 to the Pio Christian Museum (inv. 174), which let it be transferred to the Fabric of St. Peter in 1949 (today it is placed in the Vatican Grottoes).
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Keywords: marble plaster cast christian columnar sarcophagus sarkophag sarcofago Traditio legis Law Jesus Christ Pontius Pilate Pontius Pilatus apostle Saint Peter Petrus San Pietro apostolo Peter baptises his warders Healing by Christ of the woman with the issue of blood from the Vatican Grottoes Inv No 31528 104 ex XXV
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