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Sardis synagogue
13-DEC-2004

Sardis synagogue

To the South of the palaestra (central square for sports) of the bath-gymnasium complex you will see a while later lies the Synagogue. It was built in 230-250 and rennovated in the 4th century. It was in the form of a basilica, ending in an apse. In front of this one can still see a table like construction for offering, with eagles on its sides and two double-lions standing at their flanks. At the other end of the basilica are some raised pediments for religious purposes. The whole has been restored to an extent where it is hard to decide whatís original. But it works.

A look of what you see upon entering the basicla proper, looking back towards the narthex. One of the "pediments" I suppose.

Nikon D70
1/320s f/8.0 at 12.0mm hide exif
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Date/Time13-Dec-2004 12:50:24
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