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Sign: Emmaus Nicopolis - Ruins of the Bishop’s House


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RUINS OF THE BISHOP’S HOUSE OF NICOPOLIS (5-6th c. AD). MOSAIC WITH GREEK INSCRIPTION: "KYRIE ELEISON"

שרידי ביתו של הבישוף של עיר ניקופוליס (מאות 5-6 לספ’). פסיפס עם כתובת יוונית "Kyrie eleison" (ה’ חוננו).

RUINES DE L’ÉVÊCHÉ DE NICOPOLIS (V=VIe s.). MOSAIQUE AVEC L’INSCRIPTION : « KYRIE ELEISON »

Руины дома Никопольского Еписмола ( V - VI в н . э . ) . МОЗАИКА с надписью , «КИРИЕ ЭЛЕЙСОН ( « Господи помилуй » ) ,
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The mosaic with the Greek inscription appears in the picture from which the sign was taken Click for a larger image

Emmaus Nicopolis - a district city from 220 AD, where Jews and Samaritans also lived alongside Christians. Beginning in the fourth century AD, the Christian presence in the city increased, a church was established there, and according to Christianity, Jesus was revealed to two of his disciples after his resurrection.

The number (10) that appears on the sign indicates its place on another sign that describes the place on the Madaba map Click for sign's details



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