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Old Christian Relics Discovered in Bahrain Mosque
MENAFN ^ | 11/21/22

Posted on 11/22/2022 6:49:35 PM PST by marshmallow

(MENAFN) On an island in Bahrain, archaeologists and historians are at work discovering relics that will show the story of Christian homes in the kingdom before the spread of Islam.

A group of Bahraini and British specialists prudently examine through sandy stretches between thick stone walls of what may have been a monastery or a bishop’s home referring back to the sixth and eighth century.

Archaeologists in November are searching through spaces that would have been used as a kitchen, living areas and a workshop to stress on communities and their way of life before thousands of years.

The team is digging an old Christian home founded under a 300-year-old mosque in a Muslim cemetery on Bahrain’s Muharraq island. The excavation is part of an archaeological scheme that started in 2019.

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TOPICS: Catholic; Current Events; History; Islam

1 posted on 11/22/2022 6:49:35 PM PST by marshmallow
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To: marshmallow

No surprise as the Mohammedans have ever and always built mosques atop Christian Churches and Jewish Temples that were built centuries earlier … ‘triumphalism’ and all that.

2 posted on 11/22/2022 8:25:45 PM PST by dodger
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To: dodger

Parasites to the race.

3 posted on 11/23/2022 3:23:53 AM PST by Delta 21 (MAGA Republican is my pronoun.)
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