Early Christian

adjective
  1. denoting or relating to the style of architecture that started in Italy in the 3rd century ad and spread through the Roman empire until the 5th century
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Historical Examples of early christian

  • It would be a mistake to forget the elements of simple early-Christian brotherhood which seem to characterize the Russian peasant.

  • No doubt the old early-Christian interest still makes itself felt in the assertion of the one person.