Pagans in Northern, late-Roman Palestine Embraced Christianity Early, Archaeologists Say
By the fifth century, some Galilean villages had at least one church with elaborate mosaics and a bishop, and at least one had a female donor
Excavations in western Galilee villages dating to about 1,600 years ago show that Christianity won over the pagan locals very fast, and strongly, archaeologists say.
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