Adventus Domini: Eschatological Thought in 4th Century Apses by Geir Hellemo

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The development towards a pictorial program mainly rooted in biblical imagery is carried further in the apses of Paulinus of Nola (see p. 90) and very likely reflects one of the most important driving forces behind the process of iconographical development in the 4th century. G. Schiller supports such a tendency by referring—without, however, evidence of source material—to Ambrose who is supposed to have encouraged artists to free themselves from ancient traditional motifs. In working with so-called "Christian" pictorial motifs, searching for pagan iconographical models will naturally play a minor role.

Kollwitz perceives the style o f the sarcophagus as eastern, but with " e i n e Umsetzung in italischem S i n n e " which later influences R o m a n stylistic development, Kollwitz, v. Schoenebeck p. 603. Brandenburg, Stilprobleme p. 467 finds both eastern classicism and R o m a n stylistic elements in the sarcophagus. Brandenburg, Fruhchristliche Kunst p . 117. 9 6 9 7 9 8 9 9 In referring to Revelation 1:8 we have suggested the close connection which exists between the conception of G o d and the sovereign power this God wields over the world.

128 129 130 The ecclesiological interpretation of the apostolic assembly is sup­ ported by the mosaic's presentation of an idealized collegium in which the number of twelve in the group is preserved by including Paul—a presentation unsupported by any evidence in the New Testament. The number twelve in itself has obviously been of ecclesiological impor­ tance. Through the presentation of a complete apostolic collegium it is possible to maintain the correspondence to the twelve tribes of Israel. Thus, the church stands forth as the restored people of God.

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