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Fig. 59. Syriac inscription on a pillar at the entrance to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, mentioning ‘Sargis the monk, from Ḥaḥ’. This Sargis is also known as a scribe, and he became metropolitan bp. of Ḥaḥ in 1505. Above Sargis’s name are Armenian inscriptions. Photo: Lucas Van Rompay. See S. Brock, H. Goldfus, and A. Kofsky, ‘The Syriac inscriptions at the entrance to the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem’, ARAM 18–19 (2006-2007), esp. 417–18. See entries: Inscriptions and Jerusalem.