Marble plaque with Medusa and a Cross
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One of the most interesting exhibits of the Byzantine and Christian Museum, the double-sided panel with a depiction of a gorgoneion and a cross at the other side, which was discovered in Lechaion (Corinth) in 1984 is presented in the Museum’s permanent exhibition as a sample for the Christianization of the ancient sculpture that was used for the decoration of the temples of the new religion.
- Collection: Sculpture
- Type: SLAB
- Origin: Lechaion, Corinth
- Measurement: 52,5 x 48 x 4 cm
- Exhibit Number: ΒΧΜ 00317
- Appears in: I.4. The christianization of the ancient temples
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