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The second example of the acceptance of some iconography is found in the writings of Clement of Alexandria who steadily warns against the use of images. But Clement writes in his Paedagogus (III, xi): "Our seals must be decorated with a dove or a fish... or the anchor, which Seleucus had engraved upon his stone." Early Christian signets/seals, Vatican Museum.