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Their bowed heads and the disparity in size between them and the row of apostles presumably show a difference in rank between the groups. The sepulchral aspect which the scene hereby acquires and which probably should be seen as a secondary use of the program, clearly shows the ambiguity of the presentation. The main scene can easily be placed in a new context— in this case a person's death. In this way the ecclesiological group of motifs is given a new value. Christ's ruling power is exercised not only over the living congregation but also over the dead.
160, see also PI. 48. Kollwitz perceives the style o f the sarcophagus as eastern, but with " e i n e Umsetzung in italischem S i n n e " which later influences R o m a n stylistic development, Kollwitz, v. Schoenebeck p. 603. Brandenburg, Stilprobleme p. 467 finds both eastern classicism and R o m a n stylistic elements in the sarcophagus. Brandenburg, Fruhchristliche Kunst p . 117. 9 6 9 7 9 8 9 9 In referring to Revelation 1:8 we have suggested the close connection which exists between the conception of G o d and the sovereign power this God wields over the world.
The former interpretation of the S. Pudenziana figures as Pudenziana and Praxedes has long since been abandoned. Greater assistance in the interpretation of this motif is to be gained by a comparison with the Sabina relief where the woman is surrounded by apostles and definitely on earth. She faces the heavenly Christ but, in such a way that the incarnation and cross come between them. Surrounded by apostles—beneath the cross—the woman is quite definitely in the church sphere; she becomes the church personified.