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Israel: Ancient ram statue discovered at Byzantine church

A marble statue of a ram, a symbol for Jesus, was found on Christmas EveVered Sarig/Caesarea Development Corporation

Archaeologists in Israel have discovered what is considered an ancient Christian symbol for Jesus. A marble statue of a ram, which Jesus is often depicted as carrying, was unearthed near a Byzantine-era church in Caesarea, about 120km north east of Jerusalem.

The discovery was made during an excavation work at Caesarea Harbor National Park led by the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Caesarea Development Corporation, the ministry of foreign affairs announced in a statement.

Archaeologists called their find "impressive" as it was found on Christmas Eve. "In ancient Christianity Jesus was not portrayed as a person. Instead, symbols were used, one of which was the ram. It may or may not be a coincidence, but the statue was uncovered on Christmas Eve," lead archaeologists Peter Gendelman and Mohammad Hater said.

The ram statue might have been part of the decoration of the Byzantine church near which it was discovered. The church dates back to 6-7AD and this may correspond to the dating of the marble statute, they said.

However, they did not rule out the possibility of it belonging to an early Roman era. "It [the ram statue] could also be earlier, from the Roman period, and was incorporated in secondary use in the church structure," the archaeologists added.

The archaeologists said the statue was particularly significant because of its representation in various ancient legends and works of art. In Egyptian mythology, the animal represents the ancient god Amun. In Roman art, the sheep often appears alongside the Greek gods Hermes and Mercury, they noted.

In Christian art, Jesus is portrayed as the shepherd tending his flock with a ram in his arms or on his shoulders in most instances. "In Christianity the ram, like the lamb, represents the faithful, or Jesus himself, whose anguish and death were meant according to Christian belief to atone for original sin," the ministry statement said.
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By Sanskrity Sinha

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/israel-ancient-ram-statue-discovered-byzantine-church-1535225


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Statue of Ram (symbol of Christ?) discovered at Caesarea


The Israel Antiquities Authority announced that a marble ram statue was discovered on the site of a 6th-century AD Byzantine church at Caesarea. It may be an early representation of Jesus. The discovery was apparently made on Christmas Eve day.

In Christian art the ram is often depicted carried on the shoulders of the “Good Shepherd” (that is, Jesus, who is portrayed as the shepherd tending his flock), and sometimes the ram is situated to the left or right of Jesus. In Christianity the ram, like the lamb, represents the faithful, or Jesus himself, whose anguish and death were meant according to Christian belief to atone for original sin…
According to Dr. Peter Gendelman and Mohammad Hater, directors of the excavation on behalf of the Israel Antiquities Authority, “… In ancient Christianity Jesus was not portrayed as a person. Instead, symbols were used, one of which was the ram… The statue that we found might have been part of the decoration of a Byzantine church from the sixth–seventh centuries CE at Caesarea. By the same token it could also be earlier, from the Roman period, and was incorporated in secondary use in the church structure”.



The marble ram near the place of its discovery. Modern building around the ancient harbor are visible in the background. (Photo by Vered Sarig, the Caesarea Development Corporation)


Tha marble ram, possibly denoting Jesus. (Photo by Vered Sarig, the Caesarea Development Corporation).

The site of the Byzantine church was originally for a Roman temple built by Herod to honor the Emperor Augustus. This temple dominated the harbor as ships sailed in and out. Later, the pagan temple was torn down and an octagonal church built in its place.

View of Caesare’s inner harbor, now silted up and covered with grass. A Roman temple to Augustus, followed by an octagonal church, sat on the platform above the harbor. The marble ram statue was discovered during excavations there. (Photo by Luke Chandler)

Ferrell Jenkins shows examples of Jesus portrayed as the Good Shepherd via rams and lambs in Late Roman statuary.
HT: Joe Lauer


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