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Column Capital with Floral Ornaments at Dome of Chains in Jerusalem

Column Capital with Floral Ornaments at Dome of Chains in Jerusalem

an ancient column capital adorned with intricate floral ornamental patterns. This particular capital can be found at the Dome of the Chain, located within the Haram Al-Sharif (also known as the Temple Mount) in the Old City of Jerusalem. The column capital serves as the crowning element of a column, and in this case, it is beautifully adorned with floral ornamental patterns. The floral designs are characterized by delicate and flowing lines, depicting various flowers, leaves, and vines.

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Column Capital with Floral Ornaments at Dome of Chains in Jerusalem
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