ALL-INCLUSIVE SYNAGOGUE. The Theodotos Inscription describes a synagogue with guest accommodations for visitors from abroad. Theodotos is named as the priest and synagogue head responsible for building the synagogue to teach the law and to accommodate needy sojourners. His father, Vettenos, bears a Latin name, which suggests that he may have originally come from Rome or Italy. Found in Jerusalem in 1913, the inscription dates to the first century C.E. and measures about 2 by 1.5 feet. It can be viewed at the Rockefeller Museum in Jerusalem.