[B-greek] Alexamenos Graffito
cierpke at prodigy.net
Mon Jan 27 10:16:33 EST 2003
The best description of the famous Alexamenos-graffito
is in "Graffiti del Palatino I. Paedagogium", a cura
di Heikki Solin e Marja Itkonen-Kaila, Acta Instituti
Romani Finlandiae III, Helsinki 1966, No 246. The
graffito was discovered on the NW wall of the room 7
of the so-called Paedagogium (a probable school for
the servants of the Imperial Palaces) which was
situated on the south-west slope of the Palatine Hill,
towards the Circus Maximus.
A discussion of this grafitti can be found at:
--- bgreek at ntresources.com wrote:
> For those who might be interested in Greek
> inscriptions from the 1st C.
> which are relevant to NT studies, I've recently
> posted a page on the
> Alexamenos Graffito (including a sketch of it--which
> contains Greek text).
> The significance of this graffito is the portrayal
> (or caricature) of early
> Christianity by the average 1st-C. Roman.
> Rodney J. Decker, Th.D., Associate Prof/NT
> Baptist Bible Seminary, Clarks Summit, PA,USA
> NTResources.com PURL: purl.oclc.org/NT_Resources/
> Email: <rdecker> at <NTResources.com>
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