Drawing of the bas-relief from a column of the Great Mosque of Gaza. The design featured a menorah encircled by a wreath, with a shofar, the ram’s horn sounded on Rosh Hashanah, at right, and a lulav, a palm branch used during the fall festival of Sukkot (Tabernacles), at left. The inscription below, in Hebrew (in the first line) and Greek, reads, “Hananiah, son of Jacob.” Tragically, the bas-relief no longer exists—it was destroyed during the Intifada, the Palestinian uprising against Israel that began in December 1987.