A smithy’s shop occupies a 12th century Crusader church in the Moslem quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. Architectural details like the triple-apsed eastern end of the church (only two are visible in this picture) and the high narrow windows, now rubble-filled, which punctuate the apses helped archaeologists identify the structure. The engaged pillars and the running cornice linking the apses were also part of the Crusader structure.