Several pieces of architectural decoration made of hard limestone (Arabic,mizzi hiluandmeleke) include three column drums, an Attic base of a heart-shaped column, two pseudo-Doric capitals, an architrave fragment, a decorated niche or door frame and two fragments of what appears to be a large banister (Figs. 8.1, 8.2). The architectural fragments vary in scale and quality of execution and seem to derive from more than one architectural unit. None of the elements were foundin situ; most had been incorporated in secondary use into walls of Late Roman–early Byzantine structures in Stratum (VI), and probably originated..
|Title of host publication||Jerusalem: Excavations in the Tyropoeon Valley (Giv’ati Parking Lot)|
|Place of Publication||Jerusalem|
|Number of pages||8|
|State||Published - 2013|
- Architecture -- Eretz Israel -- History
- Jerusalem Old City (Israel) -- Antiquities
- Tyropoeon Valley (Jerusalem, Israel) -- Antiquities