The Ardrossan Sarcophagus, incised with a sheathed sword and round floral cross, belonged to a Scottish nobleman of the late 13th century. It was found under a medieval church altar; the feet of the deceased faced east, enabling them to view Christ's return from Jerusalem. North Ayrshire, Scotland.
A bull, ram, and boar are lured towards a sacrificial altar - which is adorned with fruit and attended by two boys - in this 2nd-3rd century CE mosaic from a Roman villa on the island of Kefalonia, Greece. The inscription specifies which gods protect the home and their requisite rituals.
The Agia Triada sarcophagus, an elite Minoan-Mycenaean artifact from Crete. This side depicts funerary rites, including sacrifices to the deceased. Made of limestone, it is dated c.1370-1320 BCE, a period of intense interaction with Egypt - hence the similarities. Heraklion Archaeological Museum
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