Art and Archaeology as an Historical Resource for the Study of Women in Early Christianity: An Approach for Analyzing Visual Data

@article{Tulloch2004ArtAA,
  title={Art and Archaeology as an Historical Resource for the Study of Women in Early Christianity: An Approach for Analyzing Visual Data},
  author={Janet H. Tulloch},
  journal={Feminist Theology},
  year={2004},
  volume={12},
  pages={277 - 304}
}
This article examines the potential of art and archaeological remains for the study of women's social history in early Christianity. Part I considers important sources for art and archaeological data; the received method and classification criteria for the discipline of early Christian art and archaeology; and the types of problems both earlier and contemporary approaches to the material remains present for scholars. Part II proposes an approach to understanding early Christian art and material… 
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Review of all available archaeological reports on site. Step 4. Visit to relevant photo archives to review availability of other photographic documentation of site
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Review documentation of surrounding images and objects in immediate vicinity and outer perimeter of site
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