SUSI0012 Hippos (Susita), 6th century CE. Mosaic. Dedicatory.


Offering of Simonios, the priest.

Staab and Eisenberg understand this church to be a martyrion dedicated to Theodoros Tiron of Amaseia.


H: —; W: —; D: —.

500 CE to 599 CE

Hippos (Susita), Galilee. Southwest Church (Burnt Church), "middle of the western border of the bema".
"adjacent to the main gate between the chancel screens"

Not Available

Border (Framing the inscription)

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('IIP-867', 'insc', '1')

('IIP-867', 'insc', '1')

    IIP-867 insc. 1 )

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