10c-1 Byzantine Jerusalem

10c-1 Byzantine Jerusalem - Byzantine Jerusalem The...

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Byzantine Jerusalem The Christian Holy Land AD 312-638 Constantine 312/324-337 establishes Christian Jerusalem pagan temples abolished in Jerusalem ban on Jews continued Pilgrimage of Helena 324 Discovery of the True Cross Beginnings of Christian pilgrimage Constantine 312/324-337 The Three Churches Church of the Holy Sepulcher {324-335} Church of the Nativity (Bethlehem) Church of the Ascension (Mt Olives)
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Byzantine Jerusalem Julian’s reign (361-363) 361-3 Julian the Apostate Promoted paganism rebuilding of the Jewish temple Ended after death of Julian, 363 Christianization of the Holy Land Christian Population Christian empire and administration (bishops) Caesarea Transformation of the topography to create a microcosm of Christian history = Churches dedicated to each major event of the New Testament
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Three Aspects of Christianization Relics Monasticism Church Building 390 Building of the Church of Mt. Zion Mother of All Churches, Church of the Apostles King David’s Tomb/Upper Room Sacred Relic
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