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Corinth Synagogue, 4th-6th century CE


Corinth Synagogue. Photo by DG Arnold.

This inscription, with the words “[syna]gogue of the Hebr[ews]” from the fourth to sixth centuries C.E. confirms the terminology we are accustomed to using to refer to Jewish houses of worship. It was found a heavy stone lintel on the marble steps of the Propylaeum.

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