On the evening of Wednesday, October 19, 2022, the emeritus professor of the National Technical University of Athens Antonia Moropoulou gave a lecture in the context of the Conference “New Studies in the Archeology of Jerusalem and its region” in the Auditorium / ceremonial hall of the Friends of Israel Museum, in the center of the New City of Jerusalem.
The lecture was about the restoration of the Sacred Edicule, a historical and symbolic work, according to the study of the Interdisciplinary Team of the National Technical University of Athens, of which Moropoulou is the architect and in accordance with the agreement of the three Major Pilgrim Communities, the Patriarchate of Jerusalem, the Custody of the Holy Land and the Patriarchate of the Armenians, the guardians of the Status Quo.
Moropoulou presented this work through her clarifications and relevant images on a screen to a group of experts in Archeology and other experts, in the presence of the representatives of the Patriarchate of Jerusalem, Geronda Secretary-General, His Eminence Archbishop Aristarchos of Constantina and Hierodeacon Dositheos.
This in-depth lecture is published for those interested on the website of the Patriarchate of Jerusalem, see link:
On the eve of the lecture on Tuesday, October 18, 2022, Moropoulou was accepted into the Secretariat office by the Geronda Secretary-General Archbishop Aristarchos of Constantina and the Patriarchal Commissioner, Metropolitan Isychios of Capitolias, and the day following the lecture, by H.H.B. our Father and Patriarch of Jerusalem Theophilos.
In both visits, the decisive role of the Patriarchate of Jerusalem for the preservation of the Status Quo and the Status of the city of Jerusalem and peace in the Holy Land was underlined, as well as that of Moropoulou for the accomplishment of this historic work.
Source: Patriarchate of Jerusalem