Santa Sabina Rome, Italy

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Santa Sabina is the best surviving example of an early Christian church in Rome. It dates from about 430, including its magnificent cypress doors carved with biblical scenes.

Quick Facts

Go Historic ID
318284
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Street Address
Piazza Pietro d'Iliria
Coordinates
41.884534° N, 12.479804° E
Phone
06-5743573

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References & Resources

  1. The Churches and Catacombs of Early Christian Rome: A Comprehensive Guide Includes guide to panels of cypress door, with biblical references, and a translation of mosaic inscription.

Article Info

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Santa Sabina (Rome, Italy)
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April 11, 2015