Calvary

only in Luke 23:33, the Latin name Calvaria, which was used as a
translation of the Greek word "Kranion", by which the Hebrew
word "Gulgoleth" was interpreted, "the place of a skull." It
probably took this name from its shape, being a hillock or low,
rounded, bare elevation somewhat in the form of a human skull.
It is nowhere in Scripture called a "hill." The crucifixion of
our Lord took place outside the city walls (Heb. 13:11-13) and
near the public thoroughfare. "This thing was not done in a
corner." (See GOLGOTHA T0001522.)