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Notes on the Geography of Jerusalem: The Church of the Holy Sepulcher: Photo 4

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Constantine's atrium and basilica were lost in the 11th century, and the remaining church is build around an immense rotunda, itself heavily rebuilt after the 11th century. Here, two columns that rim the rotunda were formed by cutting an immense Roman column in two.

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