- Cumont, Franz. “Un fragment de sarcophage judeo-païen.” Revue Archéologique 4 (1916): 1–16. Cumont was one of the first scholars to draw attention to this sarcophagus. He gives a detailed description and relates this sarcophagus to other sarcophagi from Rome both Jewish and pagan.
- Hanfmann, George M. A. The Season Sarcophagus in Dumbarton Oaks. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1952, 1:16–48. A study of season sarcophagi from the 3rd and 4th centuries, very useful for dating the Jewish season sarcophagus.
- Konikoff, Adia. Sarcophagi from the Jewish Catacombs of Ancient Rome: A Catalogue Raisonne. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 1986, 41–46. An overview of all sarcophagi from Rome that may be Jewish, with detailed bibliography.
- Levine, Lee I. Visual Judaism in Late Antiquity: Historical Contexts of Jewish Art. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012, 141–65. Levine’s chapter focuses on Jewish art in the catacombs of Rome, and discusses Jewish laws on making images.
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