SEG 57 (2007): 1817
Inscribed on a broken lintel, found in 1893 reused in a house with the inscription upside down.
Pres. location: Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem, no. 6288.
Inscribed limestone lintel, 128x33x19 cm, damaged on the right side and lower edge. Below the inscription there are two doves facing a cross.
Μαρτύριον τοῦ ἁγίου Θ[εοδώρου].
Martyrium of Saint Theodore.
Bagatti (2002) thinks that although "the name is mutilated by a break in the stone [...], it is certain because it remained in use right up to our day".
Broken limestone lintel of the martyrium of Saint Th[eodore], found outside the church in secondary use.