il nuovo catalogo di sebastia

The exclusive catalogue of the exhibition on Sabastiya


The new catalogue of Sabastiya is now available online!

Sabastiya is the ancient capital city of Samaria, north of Jerusalem, location of the Baptist’s tomb. For several years now, ATS pro Terra Sancta has been working hard on an archaeological project of restoration, to preserve and enhance the cultural heritage of this place, so important for the Christianity.

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