The Judeo-Christian synagogue, later known as the Church of the Apostles (late first century A.D.).
The Judeo-Christian synagogue, now known as the Church of the Apostles, next to an octagonal memorial church built by Theodosius I (c. 382 A.D.). Seen here as portrayed in the Pudentiana mosaic.
The Church of the Apostles is now an extension to the Hagia Sion basilica (415–1009 A.D.). They are seen here in plan, at left, and as portrayed in the Madaba mosaic map.
The Church of the Apostles (c. 1110–1219 A.D.), now incorporated within the Crusader Church.