Jason's Tomb in Wikipedia

A rock-cut tomb discovered in Jerusalem's Rehavia neighborhood has been identified as the burial site of Jason.[4] It consists of a courtyard and a single Doric column decorating the entrance to the burial chamber, topped with a pyramid- shaped roof. On the walls are charcoal drawings of naval vessels. Among the carved inscriptions in Greek and Aramaic is one that laments the deceased Jason: "A powerful lament make for Jason, son of P.....(my brother) peace ...... who hast built thyself a tomb, Elder rest in peace." [5]

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