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Unformatted text preview: ;Calf-Bearer" (318). When looking at this
sculpture, one can't help but notice the similarities between it and "The
Good Shepherd" although it predates "The Good Shepherd" by 800
years. It seems clear that although early Christian art was
"aesthetically indifferent" (Lamm 317), and though they were more
concerned "with security and with spiritual concerns" (Lamm 319), it is
also clear that they were not unaware of older images and not above
using them to communicate their own religious messages. A note...
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- Fall '13