Philemon and Pompey

Book Title: Mosaize historie der Hebreeuwse kerke : zoo als dezelve was in de stam-huyzen der H. Vaderen des Ouden Verbonds, voor en onder de belofte : en in alle die plegtelijke toebereydzelen van het dienstbaar Ierusalem ... : uyt d'aller oudste geheugnissen der Hebreen, Kaldeen, Zabeen, Egyptenaaren ... en Romeynen opgehelderd, en doorgans met veel naauwkeurige printverbeeldingen gestofferd ...

Author: Goeree, Willem, 1635-1711

Image Title: Philemon and Pompey

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Description: Images of Philemon (left) and Aratus, Greek poets of the late fourth and early third centuries BCE. The words “Pompey” and “citizens” appear in Greek, surrounding the image of Aratus, illustrating Aratus’ words in Acts 17:28, “For we are indeed his offspring”.

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