Left: Woman with wax tablets and stylus, c. 50 C.E., fresco (National Archaeological Museum, Naples) (photo: Carole Raddato, CC BY-SA 2.0); center: King David (detail), north transept rose window, Cathedral of Notre Dame de Chartres, c.1145 and 1194-c.1220, Chartres (France); right: Justinian (detail), Justinian and Attendants, mosaic, north wall of the apse, San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy, c. 547


Left: Woman with wax tablets and stylus, c. 50 C.E., fresco (National Archaeological Museum, Naples) (photo: Carole Raddato, CC BY-SA 2.0); center: King David (detail), north transept rose window, Cathedral of Notre Dame de Chartres, c.1145 and 1194-c.1220, Chartres (France); right: Justinian (detail), Justinian and Attendants, mosaic, north wall of the apse, San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy, c. 547

Left: Woman with wax tablets and stylus, c. 50 C.E., fresco (National Archaeological Museum, Naples) (photo: Carole Raddato, CC BY-SA 2.0); center: King David (detail), north transept rose window, Cathedral of Notre Dame de Chartres, c.1145 and 1194-c.1220, Chartres (France); right: Justinian (detail), Justinian and Attendants, mosaic, north wall of the apse, San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy, c. 547

Cite this page as: Beth Harris, "Left: Woman with wax tablets and stylus, c. 50 C.E., fresco (National Archaeological Museum, Naples) (photo: Carole Raddato, CC BY-SA 2.0); center: King David (detail), north transept rose window, Cathedral of Notre Dame de Chartres, c.1145 and 1194-c.1220, Chartres (France); right: Justinian (detail), Justinian and Attendants, mosaic, north wall of the apse, San Vitale, Ravenna, Italy, c. 547," in Smarthistory, October 28, 2017, accessed May 21, 2018, https://smarthistory.org/introduction-to-art-historical-analysis/fresco-mosaic-stainedglass/.