Other copies of this specific type, a creation of the Constantinian Period, have been found all around the Mediterranean world. Most of the known examples come from Asia Minor (N. Firatli, La sculpture byzantine figurée au Musée archéologique d'Istanbul, 1990, nos. 42-47, and J. Spier, ed., Picturing the Bible: The Earliest Christian Art, 2007, p. 190f., no. 21), others from Almeria, Seville, Rome, Athens, Sparta, Caesarea Maritima, Alexandria, and from as far East as southern Iraq.