It continued to be depicted sometimes until the Gothic period, and then after the Renaissance. Eusebius , writing in the reign of Constantine I says he himself saw a pair of statues in bronze in Panease or Caesarea Philippi on the Golan Heights in modern terms of Jesus and the haemorrhoissa , sculpture being at this time an unusual form for the depiction of Jesus. Go in peace and be freed from your suffering. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press. Son of the widow of Nain Daughter of Jairus Lazarus. He sees this in terms of ancient traditions of commemorating local notables rather than newer ones of Early Christian art. Views Read Edit View history. Having heard that at Caesarea Philippi, otherwise called Panease Paneades, a city of Phoenicia, there was a celebrated statue of Christ, which had been erected by a woman whom the Lord had cured of a flow of blood. Iconography of Christian Art.