The Indian minister, who was accompanied by the Indian Ambassador to Jordan, Anil Trigunayat, visited the narrow passage (Siq), the Treasury (Al Khazneh), the Nabataean amphitheater and court and the Byzantine church
The church was built in 1896 AD, over the remains of a much earlier sixth century Byzantine church
Hahn's latest destination was the island of Rhodes in late April, where he visited a honey co-operative and a Byzantine church
in one of the island capital's Medieval districts that is being renovated.
The Georgian excavation team, when they first started working on the site in 2006, found the ruins of part of the monastery, pieces of frescos, a 10th century Byzantine church
and a smaller 12th century church dedicated to St George, storage rooms, a large underground water reservoir connected to an aqua duct, twelve graves dated between the 15th -16th centuries, Greek and Georgian inscriptions, marble architectural pieces, ceramics, glass artefacts, a copper cross and coins.
He delved into the history of religions, most directly in the installation Fihi Ma Fih (What Is in It, in It), first exhibited during the Second Istanbul Biennial in 1989 at the Hagia Eirene Museum, a Byzantine church
inside the Topkapi Palace.
For instance, in a Byzantine church
on the feast of St.
George, built in 1896 AD, over the remains of a much earlier 6th century Byzantine church
The structure in the old city of Aleppo dates was founded in the year 715 by the Umayyad dynasty on the site of a Byzantine church
, and was later damaged by both fire in 1159 and the Mongol invasion in 1260.
The Mosque itself was originally established in the year 715 AD by the Umayyad dynasty on the locale for a former Byzantine church
War has also taken its toll, with Israeli bombs hitting the antiquities office and also damaging an early medieval mosaic in a Byzantine Church
He said that the current structure acknowledging Prophet Yahya was rebuilt by Crusaders in the 1160s over the older Byzantine church
But Ibn al-Aas pardoned them, and they welcomed him again, because they found that the Muslims would save them from the tyranny of the Byzantine Church