Photo Acknowledgments from our Website and Publications
Artephot, image of Jesus. Andre Grabar, Early Christian Art, Editions G. Allimand, Figure 256, Paris, 1968. Photo is courtesy Artephot, Paris.
Holy Shroud Guild. The photographs of the Shroud used on this website are from photographs taken by Guiseppe Enrie in 1931 and are used by courtesy of the Holy Shroud Guild, Esopus and Canandaigua, New York, permission granted by the Rev. Adam J. Otterbein, C.Ss.R., President Emeritus, and the Rev. Frederick C. Brinkmann, C.Ss.R., President pro tem.
Institute of Archaeology UCLA. Susan Downey, “The Stone and Plaster Sculptures: The Excavations at Dura-Europos,” Monumenta Archaeologica, Vol. 5, Final Report III, Part I, Fascicle 2, Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles, 1977.
Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities. Michael Zohary and Naomi Feinbrun-Dothan, Flora Palaestina, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Jerusalem.
Israel Exploration Society. Yigael Yadin, Tefillin from Qumran, Israel Exploration Scociety, Jerusalem, 1969.
J. B. Lippincott Co., successor to Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., Max Ritvo, “Roentgen Diagnosis of Diseases of the Skull,” Annals of Roentgenology, Vol. XIX, New York, 1949.
Kunsthistorisches Museum. Amulet model based on the “Gemmma Augustea” of Tiberias Caesar, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria.
Lund Humphries publishers, Ltd. Altarpiece by the Cologne Master presently in the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne, Germany. Gertrude Schiller, Iconography of Christian Art, Vol 2, Lund Humphries Publishers, Ltd., London, 1972.
Miller, Vernon, Photographs of the Shroud of Turin, 1978.
National Broadcasting Company, Inc. NBC Nightly News of October 13, 1988. Courtesy of National Broadcasting Company, Inc. All rights researved.
Nuova Cases Editrice Licinio Cappelli, GEM. Pasquale Testini, in Le Catacombe e Gli Antichi Cimiteri Cristiani in Roma, Vox II, Nuova Casa Editrice Licinio Cappelli, GEM, Bologna, Italy, 1966.
Saint Catherine’s Monastery. We are most grateful to Father Damianos, Archbishop of Saint Catherine’s Monastery; Father Gregory, head of the Sacred Council; and to the other Monks of Saint Catherine’s Monastery for permission to use photographs of their icon.
Scala/Art Resource. Antonio Paolucci, in Ravenna, Scala Books, Florence Italy, 1971. Courtesy Scala/Art Resource, New York.
The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Copy of fresco by Thomas Heaphy in Wyke Bayless, Rex Regum, The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, London, 1905.
Werner Bulst. The X-ray of the amputated hand was prepared by Dr. Pierre Barbet, and the photo was supplied through the courtesy of the late Dr. Werner Bulst, S.J.
Yale University Press. A.R. Bellinger et al, The Excavations at Dura-Europos: Final Report VIII, Part I, The Synagogue. Yale University Press, 1956.