We continue to look at some of Jerusalem’s gates. Our two previous posts have featured the Golden Gate, and Herod’s Gate. On the eastern wall, just north of the Golden Gate, is St. Stephen’s Gate. It is so named because of the tradition that Stephen, the first martyr of the church (Acts 6-7), was stoned to death at this location just outside the city walls.
This gate is also called the Lion’s Gate because of the four lions, two on each side, that adorn the gate.
This past March someone made the suggestion to take a group photo of the men in my tour group.
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[…] I previously posted on this gate here. […]