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The most common subject in early Christian art (300s C.E.) is the Crucifix – true or false?

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No

The subject of the discussion centered around Fresco, Mosaic, and Manuscript illumination. The cultural practice was the roman style. The two major symbols used to identify the religion was the cross, and the second was the cross with Jesus on it which symbolizes the crucifix. Crucifixion was one of the numerous ways people were sentenced to death. The accused was nailed to a wooden platform till they died. In some regions, they worship the cross with the symbol of Jesus on it as they believe he has been resurrected.

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