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Mosaic of the planets, Italica, Spain.

The ancient synagogue of Beit alpha, dated to the Byzantine period, was a 20m x 14M building. It was covered across its entire floor by a magnificent colorful mosaic floor. The mosaic floor, which was very well preserved, includes a Zodiac , Jewish ritual objects and the ark, two inscriptions in Greek and Aramaic, geometric patterns and icons of animals, birds, plants and fruits, and a scene from the Biblical story of the binding of Isaac.

Mosaic of Mazzaroth / Zodiac Signs on the Synagogue Floor at Beit Alpha dating to the Byzantine Period – Century – located at the foot of the northern slopes of Mount Gilboa.

Sepphoris: Synagogue - This is a detail of the floor, with 2 Zodiac signs illustrated and written in Hebrew  letters: the scorpion (Akrab=Scorpio, month of Heshvan) and the bow (Keshet=Sagittarius , month of Kislev).

Sepphoris: Synagogue - This is a detail of the floor, with 2 Zodiac signs illustrated and written in Hebrew letters: the scorpion (Akrab=Scorpio, month of Heshvan) and the bow (Keshet=Sagittarius , month of Kislev).

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Astronomical Alignments of Ancient Structures: Ancient alignments, orientation of ancient buildings and pyramids;

ancient roman city of Italica, Spain. Mosaic tiles from the baths

File:Mosaics in Casa de Planetarium Italica Santiponce Andalucia Spain.

Zodiac wheel on the floor of the synagogue in Sepphoris

ZodiacMosaicTzippori - Mosaic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Zodiac wheel on the floor of the synagogue in Sepphoris

Mandaean;  The Aeon Eye - in the blog there can be found the part 1 and 2 in links. THE GREAT DECLARATION

Posts about Mandaean written by Alex R

Sextilis ("sixth") or mensis Sextilis was the Latin name for what was originally the sixth month in the Roman calendar, when March (Martius, "Mars' month") was the first of ten months in the year. After the calendar reform that produced a twelve-month year, Sextilis became the eighth month, but retained its name. It was renamed Augustus (August) in 8 BCE in honor of the first Roman emperor, Augustus.

A Roman mosaic from the ancient Thysdro with illustrations of twelve months Πηγή: www.

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