2 thoughts on “More on the Jordan Find

  1. I should clarify what I’m thinking. If the Church dates to 230, then the catacombs the Church was built upon must be even older. It is possible that some portions of it might go back to the first century. But even if this is not the case, then it would constitute one of the earliest Christian burial sites in the world. A remarkable find.

  2. Similar churches of similar age were often built over the cave of some hermit or holy person. For example, that church in Romania that had its patron saint’s cell right under it.

    So why aren’t we hearing about any hagiography sources talking about this town?

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