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On the north side, within the meander frame is a portrait of a bearded man dressed in a tunic with two broad stripes, and red cloak. Due to his round tonsure and the halo around his head, it might be the the portrait of Priest John, one of the benefactors. Information from Fr. Michelle Piccirillo.
© Photo: Binder & Haupt
Mosaics from the Chapel of the Priest John, and the Church of St. George, discovered at Khirbet al-Mukhayyat, displayed in the access area to the Mount Nebo Memorial.
By Michele Piccirillo
A large format, cloth-bound volume with 383 pages, 874 illustrations, including aerial views of many of the sites and plans of most of the structures which have mosaics.
American Center of Oriental Research, Amman, Jordan. First edition in 1993.
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