An early Christian fresco depicting a christogram that forms the abbreviation of the name of Jesus Christ. The object dates to the 4th-5th century CE. The fresco was painted on the wall of a Roman tomb discovered in the necropolis of Naissus, today’s city of Nis (southeast Serbia).
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