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A detailed view of one of the capitals used in the fifth/sixth-century synagogue at Capernaum. Note especially the three Jewish features: the seven-branch menorah on a tripod, to its left an incense shovel, and to its right a ram’s horn (shophar). Below it are typical Corinthian acanthus leaves.
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