Moses strikes the Rock, for water in the desert, Early Christian Sarcophagus, c4th century. Early Christians sarcophagi are those Ancient Roman sarcophagi carrying inscriptions or carving relating them to early Christianity. They were produced from the late 3rd century through to the 5th century. At Vatican Museum.
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