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Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Israel-Circa 1900


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Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Jerusalem, Israel-Circa 1900


The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is located in the Old City of Jerusalem and considered the holiest Christian site in the world. It stands on a site between Golgotha and Calvary, believed to be where Jesus was crucified, and the tomb, or sepulchre, where he was buried.

The site remained buried until Emperor Constantine converted to Christianity and commissioned numerous churches to be built throughout the Holy Land. In the course of the excavations, Constantine's mother St. Helena, is said to have discovered the True Cross near the tomb. It is said she discovered three crosses - those of the two thieves and that of Christ. To discern the one belonging to Christ, a sick man was brought to touch to each one, and he was miraculously healed by one of them.

Constantine's builders dug away the hillside to leave the rock-hewn tomb of Christ isolated and with enough room to built a church around it.

At the place where Jesus was crucified, there was a garden, and in the garden a new tomb, in which no one had ever been laid. John 19:41

These come in a photo or matted photographs with backing boards ready to be framed. The matted, backing board, photo paper, ink and tag paper are all conservation quality materials, acid free and buffered. The same materials that would be used in a museum or gallery.

Comes with loose tags scripture, and scripture inspiration The tags are loose in the package so that buyer can have a choice as to how they want to display the artwork.

Matted prints are shipped flat. Photos only are shipped in a tube.

Dimensions: Small matted photos: 14 width, 15 1/2 height matte opening: 9 1/2 width, 10 height Small photos: 9 1/2 width, 10 height, photo is 9 1/2 x 10 (with an additional 1/2 white border.

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