EIKON Image Database for Biblical Studies

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The EIKON Image Database for Biblical Studies is a faculty-library initiative at Yale Divinity School that provides digital resources for teaching and research in the field of Biblical studies.

Browsing by category provides access to a representative sample of images in the database. Links to additional images (e.g., alternative views of an object) may be contained in the commentary on images.

Browse : Geographical Location : Syria : Dura Europos : Synagogue Frescoes :
Title / DescriptionThumbnail (if available)
Assembly Room (reconstruction)
David and Saul in the Wilderness of Ziph
David; Synagogue interior wood panel,
Elijah Restores the Widow's Child
Elijah Visits the Widow and The Failure of the Sacrifice to Baal
Exodus and Crossing of Red Sea; Synagogue interior wood panel
Ezekiel: Destruction and Restoration of National Life; Synagogue interior wood panel
Ezekiel's Vision: Ezekiel Receives Divine Command; Synagogue interior wood panel
Ezekiel's Vision: Resurrection of the Dead; Synagogue interior wood panel, north wall
Ezra Reads the Law; Synagogue interior wood panel
Ezra?
Floorplan of Synagogue
Infancy of Moses
Mordecai and Esther; Synagogue interior wood panel
Moses and the Burning Bush; Synagogue interior wood panel
Moses Leads the Exodus from Egypt
Panels Showing Four Portraits of Moses
Sacrifice of Elijah
Samuel Anoints David
Samuel Anoints David; Synagogue interior wood panel
The Ark and the Philistines
The Ark in Battle
The Closed Temple
The Procession of the Ark
The Purim Triumph
The Reredos Over the Torah Shrine
The Soffit of the Arch Over the Torah Shrine
The Temple of Aaron
The Valley of Death, Mountain of Transition, Valley of Life
Torah Shrine
Unidentified Scene
Unidentified Scene
Well of the Wilderness: Moses Gives Water to the Tribes
West Wall

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