Church of Saint John the Baptist

The middle one of a complex of three churches that share an atrium, constructed between 529 and 533 AD. Saint John the Baptist, the largest of the three, is a central church and with four exedras. The central square was formed by four large Corinthian columns which provided the support for the roof over this central area. The nave was covered with a mosaic pavement which praise Bishop Paul and the donor Theodore.

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