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== Archaeological investigations and critical analysis ==
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=== Golgotha ===
 
=== Golgotha ===
 
Besides the skull-like appearance, there are a few other details put forward in favor of the identification as ''Golgotha''. The location of the site would have made executions carried out there a highly visible sight, to people using the main road leading north from the city; the presence of the skull-feature in the background would have added to the deterrent effect. Additionally, [[Eusebius]] comments that ''Golgotha'' was in his day (the fourth century AD) pointed out "north of Mount Zion."<ref>Eusebius, ''Onomasticon'', 365.</ref> Although the Garden Tomb's ''Golgotha'' is, like the Holy Sepulchre Church, north of the hill currently referred to as [[Mount Zion]], the hill has only had that name since the Middle Ages; previously Mount Zion referred to the [[Temple Mount]] itself, which is due East of the traditional site, but [[Boxing the compass#Compass points|south south east]] of the Garden Tomb.
 
Besides the skull-like appearance, there are a few other details put forward in favor of the identification as ''Golgotha''. The location of the site would have made executions carried out there a highly visible sight, to people using the main road leading north from the city; the presence of the skull-feature in the background would have added to the deterrent effect. Additionally, [[Eusebius]] comments that ''Golgotha'' was in his day (the fourth century AD) pointed out "north of Mount Zion."<ref>Eusebius, ''Onomasticon'', 365.</ref> Although the Garden Tomb's ''Golgotha'' is, like the Holy Sepulchre Church, north of the hill currently referred to as [[Mount Zion]], the hill has only had that name since the Middle Ages; previously Mount Zion referred to the [[Temple Mount]] itself, which is due East of the traditional site, but [[Boxing the compass#Compass points|south south east]] of the Garden Tomb.
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