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What happened at Golgotha?

The most important thing which happened at Golgotha? Jesus died here for the sins of the world. This is the most important incident that has ever happened on the earth. Beca (MORE)

What is gabbatha and golgotha?

Gabbatha is derived from גבה (gabah) meaning elevated in the sense of a person of respect (such as a ruler). See 1.Sa 9,2; 1.Sa 16,7; 2.Ch 26.16 where this hebrew word is u (MORE)

What does 'Golgotha' mean in hebrew?

'Golgotha' (transliteration gulgaleto) means in hebrew 'skull'. There is only one mount which appears like a skull near the ancient wall of Jerusalem, and that mount is just (MORE)
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What are possible sites for Golgotha?

There are three possible sites for Golgotha.    Underneath or near the Holy Sepulchre Church, proposed by  Helena, the mother of Constantine I in 326 AD.  The Garden T (MORE)

What is Golgotha?

Golgotha means "skull" in Aramaic and Hebrew. it was the hill just outisde the Jerusalem wall on which Jesus was crucified. And he bearing his cross went forth into a place (MORE)
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Was Golgotha Hill located on a mountain?

Yes. Golgotha, the place where Jesus was crucified, was on a  mountain. The mountain looks like the top part of a skull, by which  it has its name. (see link)    Aram (MORE)
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What country is golgotha?

Golgotha is not a country. It is a place just outside the eastern wall of Jerusalem.
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What are the biblical meaning of golgotha?

The biblical meaning of Golgotha in hebrew is 'skull'. In Latin it is 'top part of a skull', or Calvary. et perducunt illum in Golgotha locum quod est interpretatum Calvariae (MORE)

Did David take Goliaths head to Golgotha?

The bible states that David took the head of Goliath to Jerusalem.    And David took the head of the Philistine, and brought it to  Jerusalem; 1.Sam 17,54    No (MORE)

What was the name of the road that Jesus walked on to golgotha?

The Name of the street on which Jesus walked is today called Via Dolorosa. Parts of it used to be called Decumanus Maximus, just North of the temple grounds, going from east t (MORE)