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Relief Sculpture A relief depicting Jesus’s head. The print implies that the crucifixion has already occurred, and that Jesus is now being wrapped in burial cloth, as his head appears to be surrounded by fabric. Below the relief is the Roman numeral, “XIV.” The frame the relief is placed in is in the form of a blocky cross. 6.5” x 6.5” Artist: Unknown Donor: Unknown Joan C. Potente Chapel
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