Jerusalem, detail of the Madaba Mosaic Map, 6th century Byzantine mosaic floor, oldest extent map of Palestine, Greek Orthodox Church of Saint George, 1864, Madaba, Jordan. North-south Cardo and valley streets (lined with columns), the Damascus Gate plaza and pillar, the city walls, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Church of Holy Zion (Hagia Sion), and Justinian's "Nea" Church are depicted in the map. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Jerusalem, detail of the Madaba Mosaic Map, 6th century Byzantine mosaic floor, oldest extent map of Palestine, Greek Orthodox Church of Saint George, 1864, Madaba, Jordan. North-south Cardo and valley streets (lined with columns), the Damascus Gate plaza and pillar, the city walls, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Church of Holy Zion (Hagia Sion), and Justinian's "Nea" Church are depicted in the map. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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