.stm">Roman temple found under church BBC - August 12, 2008
Israeli archaeologists have uncovered the ruins of a Roman temple beneath the foundations of a church. The building, which dates to the second century AD, was found during an excavation at Zippori, the capital of Galilee during the Roman period. The temple walls were plundered in ancient times and little more than its foundations now remain. Coins minted in the town suggest Roman god Jupiter and goddess Fortuna may have been worshipped at the site. The building is located south of the "decumanus" (east-west road) which ran through the town and served as the main thoroughfare in Ro