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View of the deeply carved, beautiful rosette of the Tomb of Annas, the High Priest (AD 5–16).
There are 32 deeply carved petals in this rosette. This rosette is unique except for a smaller one in the back room of the so-called Tomb of Absalom AND the larger one in the Double Gate that leads into the Temple Mount Complex!!
Near the center of the image is a circle from which the 32 rosette petals emanate. This is a whorl rosette of faint petals.