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October 02, 1992 - Image 35

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-02

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IN 1912, 35 JEWISH NEIGHBORS
BANDED TOGETHER
IN THE FIGHT AGAINST TB.

including Jaffa, as a seaport,
sufficient to support the
dignity of a Cardinal
Viceroy."
Is this the idea that has
been kept alive but dormant
in the inner sanctums of the
Vatican? Is the church also a
secret claimant to the land?
From their point of view, why
not? Despite their historical
base in Rome, surely they
have good reason to consider
Jerusalem, the site of the ma-
jor events in the life of Jesus,
far closer to the fundamental
roots of their faith than the
capital of Italy.
If this aspiration is indeed
still nurtured at the Vatican,
then obviously any expression
of recognition that another
temporal, civil state has legal
jurisdiction over that holy
land ("Jerusalem with a ter-
itorial area including Jaffa")
- uncle; mine their own
It would serve as a
disavu 1 of their own hopes
and dreL. that some day the
Vicar of Cnrist on earth may
vet be es-f•ablished in the Ho-
. ly Land, _which is today tem-
porarily . ,cupied by unbeliev-
ing Jews on the one hand, and
infidel Moslems on the other.
Food for thought. ❑

City Unearthed
In Galilee

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Im-
pressive remains of an an-
cient center of Jewish learn-
ing have been uncovered in
Galilee.
A second-century col-
nrmaded avenue was turned
..tp at the site of Sepphoris,
seat of the Sanhedrin in the
',hird century.
The finds at present day
2.ipori were reported by the
Hebrew University Institute
f)f Archaeology, which is
,onducting the dig in coop-
eration with the National
Parks Authority, the Israel
Exploration Society and the
Galilee Foundation.
A second-century paved
limestone road was found
still pitted by the ruts left by
wagon wheels. Remains of
columns have been turned
up along 60 feet of an avenue
believed to be the main
avenue of the city.
Known also as
Diocaesarea, the site was
also an important Roman
and early Christian city.
Mosaics that have been
brought to light include fig-
ures of a centaur and depic-
tions of half-nude Amazons,
as well as of a bull with a
river flowing from its
nostrils.

LITTLE DID THEY KNOW
THEY'D BE HELPING
TO FIGHT CANCER IN 1992.

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