Jesus was not as we know it.
A group of Israeli archaeologists from the University of Haifa (University of Haifa), led by Emma, Maaian Fanar, discovered perhaps the earliest picture of Jesus Christ, according to Chronicle.info regarding Znai.
An ancient portrait differs considerably from modern, more western images.
In the ruins of the Church in the Israeli desert of Negev (the Byzantine church in the Negev Desert), Christ's face is almost beneath the half-flung dome.
The Baptistery, where a relic was discovered, was built in the year 350. Obviously, the painting was once part of a large picture. Perhaps the artist showed the scene of Jesus' baptism.
Stunning mural located on the wall of a crumbling church in the ancient city of Shivta.
On miraculously preserved images, scientists have seen the fresco of Jesus Christ. But not in the way we are used to seeing on more modern icons – long-haired and bearded.
The ancient "icon", whose age is estimated at 1500 years, shows a young man with curly hair and no beard. The big eyes, the elongated face, the long nose – not so, as you see Jesus more contemporary artists.
The savior has long been presented in a different way.
Archaeologists claim that the fresco scene. It seems to be the baptism of Jesus. Allegedly nearby is John the Baptist and another figure whose head is surrounded by a halo.