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Jewish infant sarcophagus with a trilingual inscription (Greek, Latin, Hebrew) calling for peace, 5th century CE. On the front, an engraved menorah and "tree of life" separate two peacocks. It was later converted into a water basin, as the drainage hole indicates. Sephardic Museum. Toledo, Spain.

Jewish infant sarcophagus with a trilingual inscription (Greek, Latin, Hebrew) calling for peace, 5th century CE. On the front, an engraved menorah and "tree of life" separate two peacocks. It was later converted into a water basin, as the drainage hole indicates. Sephardic Museum. Toledo, Spain. submitted by /u/DudeAbides101
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