EUH 3938 / REL 3938
Spring, 2010
(Flint 105;
Tues. 5-6, Thurs. 6)
 Women in Ancient and Medieval Christianity

Mosaic from the chapel of St. Zeno at the church of St. Praessede, Rome

The Virgin Mary between Saints Praxedes and Pudentiana, and a woman identified by the Greek inscription as "Theodora, Bishop" ("Episcopa").  Theodora is depicted with a square halo, indicating that the image was made when she was alive.
  The feminine ending "ra" on her name appears to have been defaced or partially erased.


Professor:  Andrea Sterk Phone:  (o) 273-3383; (h) 264-7717, before 10:00 pm please
Office:  220 Flint Hall E-mail:  sterk@ufl.edu
Office Hours:  Tu, 2:00-3:00, W, 4:00-5:00, or by appointment
Grader:  Valentina Istrate; e-mail:  vistrate@ufl.edu



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