Samaritan Synagogue Uncovered near Bet She'an

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Excerpt A Byzantine era Samaritan synagogue has been discovered near Bet She’an in Israel. Inside the synagogue, a Greek inscription in a colorful floor mosaic has been found which reads, “This is the Temple.” Continue reading

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A Byzantine era Samaritan synagogue has been discovered near Bet She’an in Israel. Inside the synagogue, a Greek inscription in a colorful floor mosaic has been found which reads, “This is the Temple.”

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Courtesy: Israel Antiquities Authority

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