Tile Menu: Attributions

Tile 1 (Units I-V) attribution here. Mummy Portrait of a Young Woman, artist unknown. Romano-Egyptian. Created in Egypt about CE 170-200, Tempera on wood.

Tile 1 (Unit VI) attribution here.  Peter Blackwood icon of Perpetua and Felicitas.

Tile 1 (Unit VII) attribution here.  "Perpetua’s Ladder,” Speculum Virginum, ca. 1140. London, British Library, MS Arundel 44, fol. 93v.[1]

Tile 1 (Unit VIII) attribution here.  Statue of St. Mary Perpetua at the National Shrine of the Little Flower Catholic Church in Royal Oak, Michigan - photo by Itinerant Wanderer

Tile 1 (Unit IX) attribution here.  Saints: Perpetua and Felicity at theCathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, taken on 7/16/2011 by Fr. Gaurav Schoff

Tile 1 (Unit X) attribution here.  St. Perpetua, with Saturus, Revocatus, Saturninus, Secundus and St. Felicitas. Miniature Basil II Minology. Constantinople. 985 the Vatican Library. Rome (Translated)

Tile 2 attribution here. Villa di livia, garden frescoes, southern short wall, detail 02.jpg (translated from Italian)

Tile 3 attribution here. Section of the Fasti Praenestini, calendar of Verrius Flaccus, 6–9 BC. From Palestrina.

Tile 4 attribution herePompeii, House VII, 2, 6: the baker Terentius Neo and wife, although this attribution is disputed.

Tile 5 attribution here. Marble statue of a young girl playing knucklebones using animal ankle bones as four-sided dice, 1st-2nd century AD, British Museum, London

Tile 6