Vincent, “Une mosaic byzantin à Jerusalem,” pp. 442–444, leaping rapidly to an interpretatio Christiana despite admitting the pagan subject matter and the “absence totale d’emblèmes chrétiens” p. 443. Tomb chamber (“une opulente sepulture”) p. 444—an entirely hypothetical suggestion thrown up in the last paragraph of the paper and hardly supported by the architectural speculation of L.-H. Vincent; “La mosaique d’ Orphée,” Revue biblique 11 (1902), pp. 100–103.