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Jerusalem, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, 586-602 CE. Column Capitals. Imperial Dedication.

Transcription

ΜαυρικίουΚωνσταντίνηςΘεοδοσίουΤιβερίου

Translation

Of Mauricius, Constantina, Theodosius, Tiberius

Diplomatic

[no diplomatic]

Terminus post quem:
Terminus ante quem:

Languages

Greek

Dimensions

H: 27.5 cm; W: 23 cm; D: —

Date

586 CE to 602 CE

Current location

Two capitals were relocated to the courtyard of the museum of the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum, and the other two to the courtyard of the Armenian Museum in Jerusalem.

Figures

  • Heart Shaped Columns the column body of the capitals

Bibliography

Source of diplomatic

  • Corbo, V.C. Il Santo Sepolcro Di Gerusalemme: Aspetti Archeologici Dalle Origini al Periodo Crociato. Jerusalem, 1981.
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Source of transcription

  • Corbo, V.C. Il Santo Sepolcro Di Gerusalemme: Aspetti Archeologici Dalle Origini al Periodo Crociato. Jerusalem, 1981.
    Zotero

Source of translation

  • Corbo, V.C. Il Santo Sepolcro Di Gerusalemme: Aspetti Archeologici Dalle Origini al Periodo Crociato. Jerusalem, 1981.
    Zotero

Other sources

  • Bieberstein, K., and H. Bloedhorn. Jerusalem: Grundzüge der Baugeschichte vom Chalkolithikum bis zur Frühzeit der osmanischen Herrschaft. Wiesbaden, 1994.
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  • Di Segni, Leah. “Epigraphic Finds Reveal New Chapters in the History of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Sixth Century.” New Studies on Jerusalem 12 (2006): 157–63.
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  • Di Segni, Leah, K. Galor, and G. Avni. “Epigraphic Finds Reveal New Chapters in the History of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the 6th Century.” In Unearthing Jerusalem: 150 Years of Archaeological Research in the Holy City, 351–60. Winona Lake, IN, 2011.
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