Jerusalem on the Madaba map. This mosaic depiction of sixth-century Jerusalem’s streets and buildings includes the Holy Sepulchre Church. According to Dan Bahat, the details shown are those from Constantine’s church, still standing when this mosaic was laid on the floor of a church in today’s Jordan. The Holy Sepulchre Church is the large upside-down gold-domed structure perpendicular to the Cardo, the colonnaded main thoroughfare running from right to left across the center of the city. The church is midway along the Cardo, interrupting the lower row of columns. Four steps abut the Cardo’s central roadway.