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‘Catastrophic Collapse’: Tomb of Christ to Crumble Without Urgent Repairs

March 25, 2017 Featured

Sputniknews – March 2017 Greek researchers say that the edicule in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the room where Jesus was purportedly interred before he rose from the dead, is at “very real risk” of “catastrophic collapse.” The National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) examined the foundation of the temple in Jerusalem as part […]

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THE REMOVAL OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE’S SLAB

October 31, 2016 Featured News

The Jerusalem Patriarchate – 31/10/16 On the evening of Wednesday, the 13th/26th of October 2016, His Beatitude Theophilos, Patriarch of Jerusalem, accompanied by the Patriarchal Commissioner, Metropolitan Isychios of Kapitolias, the Elder Secretary-General, Archbishop Aristarchos of Constantina, the Acting Dragoman, Archimandrite Mathew, the Master of Ceremonies, Archimandrite Bartholomew and other Hagiotaphites walked to the All-holy […]

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AEGEAN AIRLINES SPONSORS THE RESTORATION OF THE AEDICULA OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE

June 22, 2016 Featured News

The Patriarchate of Jerusalem – June 2016 Responding to a request of the Patriarchate of Jerusalem, set forth by His Beatitude Theophilos, and of the National Technical University of Athens, set forth by Professor Antonia Moropoulou, Aegean Airlines has offered to support the project of protection, conservation and restoration of the Aedicula of the Holy […]

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PROFESSOR MOROPOULOU PRESENTS CONSERVATION STUDY ON THE AEDICULA OF THE HOLY SEPULCHRE

March 1, 2016 Featured News

Jerusalem Patriarchate  – February 2016 On Friday the 8th/19th of February 2016, professor Antonia Moropoulou of the National Technical University of Athens presented the study on the conservation of the Aedicula of the Holy Sepulchre that was built by the Orthodox Romans in 1810. The study was conducted under the scientific responsibility of professor Moropoulou and […]

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